No le busques tres pies...

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No le busques tres pies... movie poster.

Movie (1968)

Axel Darna (Miguel Aguirre)
Teresa Gimpera (Patricia)
Paca Gabaldón (Luisi)
Manuel Zarzo (Carlos)

(Synopsis needed)

E.3B (CASA C.1.131)

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E.3B (Bücker Bü 131 Jungmann built by CASA as C.1.131) Unit Indicative 781-19.

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E.17 (Beechcraft T-34A Mentor)

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E.17-2 Unit Indicative 791-2 of Escuadrón 791.

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C.5 (North American F-86 Sabre)

First of Escuadrón 201.

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Later an airframe (without engine) of Escuadrón 111.

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E.15 (Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star)

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Two E.15s of Escuadrón 731 : 731-8 & 731-11.

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Lockheed T-33A-1-LO c/n 580-7115 former USAF s/n 51-17538 and one of the first jet (primer reactor) delivered in 1954 to Ejército del Aire (Spanish Air Force) so military registration is E.15-2 and Unit Indicative is 731-2.

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Alongside 731-3 :

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T-2 (CASA 352L)

License-built Junkers Ju 52/3m with Unit Indicative 752-1.

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Republic F-105 Thunderchief

Miguel's young brother is reading a book : "Aviones de hoy" (today's aircraft) with a Republic F-105 Thunderchief on the front cover.

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AISA 1-11B Peque

Reg. EC-BKR AISA I-11B Peque. Was L.8C-37 when in service with Ejército del Aire (Spanish Air Force).

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Stinson 108 Voyager 3

Reg. EC-ADV Stinson 108 Voyager 3 s/n 108-4338.
Now on display mostly strip down at Museo de Aeronautica Y Astronautica (Museum of Aeronautics and Astronautics) at Cuatro Vientos Air Base, Madrid, Spain.

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With an Alouette II in the distance.

Piper PA.23 Aztec

(left to right) Stinson 108 and Piper PA.23 Aztec and AISA 1-11B Peque.

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T.3 (Douglas C-47 Skytrain)

T.3 Unit Indicative 74(6?)-41.

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E.16 (North American T-6G Texan)

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E.14 (Hispano Aviación HA-200 Saeta) & E.9 (AISA I-115)

(left) Hispano Aviación HA-200 Saeta without engine (E.14 for the Ejército del Aire) and two AISA I-115 (alias E.9).

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E.9 (AISA I-115) & Aero-Difusion D-1190S Compostela

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E.9 (AISA I-115)

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With a row of E.15s in the background.

C.8 (Lockheed F-104G Starfighter)

Several C.8 / F-104G are seen including C.8-3 "104-13" (s/n 63-12717), C.8-4 "104-14" (s/n 63-12718).

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Lockheed (Canadair-built) F-104G Starfighter s/n 63-12715 c/n 683D-6067, the first one delivered to Spanish Air Force as C.8-1 (27 November 1964). Transferred to Hellenic Air Force on 8 June 1972.
Withdrawn From Use on 15 May 1992. Preserved on pole at Tripolis Air Base, Greece.

C.8-1 Unit Indicative 104-11, ex s/n 63-12715.
C.8-1 Unit Indicative 104-11, ex s/n 63-12715.
C.8-10 "104-20" ex s/n 63-13642.

CE.8-23 Lockheed TF-104G Starfighter 104-03 s/n 65-9415.

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Unidentified Aircraft

Perhaps a T.4 (Douglas DC-4 Skymaster) ?

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AD-1 (Grumman HU-16 Albatross)

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Modified C.5 (North American F-86 Sabre)

This C.8 looks strange ?
Well ! It's a C.5 disguised as no F-104 was ill-fated during the eight years of duty for the Spanish Air Force.

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U-9 (Dornier Do 27)

H : helicopter (see next section);
D : U-9 (Dornier Do 27 licence-built as CASA-127);
G : AD-1 (Grumman HU-16 Albatross).

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HE.10B (Agusta Bell 205)

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