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Jeff Bailey said on November 27, 2018
It’s been a long time since a photo made me really laugh! The “Cat on a Hot Tin Train-Track” is hilarious !!!
And the rest are good, too !!
gary sausmikat said on November 27, 2018
Pic #3: “Push a little harder, Ernst”
Johannes Gerl said on November 27, 2018
I just love the Viggen in the Splinter scheme.
Rob Pollock said on November 27, 2018
Remarkable looking aircraft.
Julio Contreras Martínez said on November 27, 2018
La foto del viggen es impresionante con la condensación de los bordes de ataque de las alas y como asciende a pleno gas.Recuerdo un kit de Maschbox 1/72 de los años 80 con ese esquema tan original que pinte a pincel.Me gustan las fotos !
david leigh-smith said on November 27, 2018
Quite brilliant collection.
Josh Patterson said on November 27, 2018
The SAAB did it for me Rob, thanks! I never realized how far the intakes sit from the fuselage, but this shot shows this very well.
Robert Royes said on November 27, 2018
Cat on the tracks!!
Stellan Schroeder Englund said on November 28, 2018
The development of the Viggen was started in 1952…during the war in Korea. Not many aircraft can show such complex lines. The wings and canards are mere lift devices giving it a capacity to cut through the air, a true flying brick. The photo shows a two-seat SK 37 Viggen, trainer version.
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