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2004 The Doublestar Group

Warbird Alley's
Oshkosh AirVenture
2004 Photos

Part 2


A unique shape on the warbird flight line -- a 1993 PZL-104 Wilga, N7080D,
owned by Chuck Yost of Ontonagon, Michigan. This Polish plane is used in numerous roles which require its short takeoff and landing performance and good load-hauling capabilities.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


Grumman FM-2 Wildcat N5833, operated by the American Airpower Heritage Museum. Very few Wildcats still fly, but this year's gathering of warbirds at Oshkosh drew no fewer than four of these sturdy little Navy fighters.
Photo by Buck Wyndham

F-4 Cockpit

For kids of all ages who wanted to live out their aerial fantasies, the DreamPhoto company provided a chance to climb into an F-4 Phantom cockpit.
Photo by Buck Wyndham

F100 cockpit

The EAA also provided a chance to take a glimpse into this
nearly-complete cockpit of a North American F-100 Super Sabre.
Photo by Buck Wyndham

T33 and Sunset

T-33 at sunset.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


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