Anything Can Happen

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Documentary (1973)

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Piper PA-28-180 Cherokee C

On the right. Registration G-ATHI, c/n 28-2545 built in 1965.

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Piper PA-28

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De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk 22A

Registration G-ARMC, c/n C1/0151 built in 1950.

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Piper PA-31 Chieftain

Registration G-AXIS, c/n 31-466 built in 1969.

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Cessna 150

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Alon A2 Aircoupe

Look up to G-ARMC picture. In the background, this plane is seen and then the twin tail is visible.

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DHC-1 Chipmunk & Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer

Another De Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk closest to the camera. The plane with an orange yellow arrow is still unidentified. Tri-Pacer at right.

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DHC-1 Chipmunk's registration is blocked by its wing. This time, the closest aircrat is the Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer.

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Alon A2 Aircoupe

Registration G-ATRY, c/n A-140 built in 1966.
The backgound red plane could be an Auster.

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Now with the Tri-Pacer in background.

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