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How far can you go wearing a BVAA Hat?



Right back to 1939 it seems, the year of BVAA’s birth. Photographed is International Procurement’s MD Colin Wilson, standing next to a wartime icon at RAF Cranwell. But what is it? There’s £50 to the charity of your choice if you’re the first to identify this classic war bird. Answers to rob@bvaa.org.uk

Our congratulations to Graham Lomax of Polyflor, who was once again first to correctly answer both of questions last time. The CoCo taxi was in Cuba, and the Le Mans winner was the Peugeot Total Team, drivers David Brabham, Alex Wurz and Marc Gene.

Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 12


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