The Red Bull planes

July 18, 2007 at 8:10 am Leave a comment

The RSS Feeder picked up a great post today by Dan Pimentel on the Red Bull sponsorship of many refurbished historical airplanes.  It is a well-written post.  We should really sit back and admire what Red Bull has done to preserve some key pieces of aviation history.  He also provides a link to airliners.net with the Red Bull airplane collection photos.  If you read my blog, you’ll know my favorite piece of their collection is Lefty Gardner’s old P-38 Lightning. 

Check the status of the rebuild of the P-38 here:  http://www.ezellaviation.com/

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