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Author:  Graham Adlam [ Thu Jan 13, 2011 17:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Full Scale MK IX Spitfire with 27Ltr RR Engine

Our MK IX was specifically designed to attend events. It is the only repilca in the world with a working 27Ltr RR engine and full original cockpit. You may have seen us at War and Peace, Military Odesy and Damyns Hall to name but a few see this link for full details.
http://spitfirespares.com/SPITFIRESPARE ... e%201.html

Author:  scaleyback 1 [ Thu Jan 13, 2011 17:18 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Full Scale MK IX Spitfire with 27Ltr RR Engine

what do you use to hang it from the bedroom ceiling? i dont think ordinary sewing thread will do it.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Author:  Commander [ Thu Jan 13, 2011 19:41 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Full Scale MK IX Spitfire with 27Ltr RR Engine

We are organising an event at Stafford is this expensive to book
C

Author:  Graham Adlam [ Fri Jan 14, 2011 8:19 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Full Scale MK IX Spitfire with 27Ltr RR Engine

Commander wrote:
We are organising an event at Stafford is this expensive to book
C


Maintaining and transporting this is expensive, its not just a static replica and cost over 100K to build. I am not sure how you know what you think it costs to attend i havent quoted you. It is in fact the same price as all the purely statics charge some are charging more and you get allot more for your £

Author:  reddevil1311 [ Fri Jan 14, 2011 12:33 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Full Scale MK IX Spitfire with 27Ltr RR Engine

Graham Adlam wrote:
Commander wrote:
We are organising an event at Stafford is this expensive to book
C


I am not sure how you know what you think it costs to attend i havent quoted you.


Erm, I think he is asking for a quote, not stating that it is expensive.


One thing though, while revving up the engine at 01:00-02:00 in the morning may be fun :) , it can really upset a lot of other people who are camped nearby. Just a thought.


regards,

Ashley

Author:  Graham Adlam [ Fri Jan 14, 2011 14:21 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Full Scale MK IX Spitfire with 27Ltr RR Engine

reddevil1311 wrote:
Graham Adlam wrote:
Commander wrote:
We are organising an event at Stafford is this expensive to book
C


I am not sure how you know what you think it costs to attend i havent quoted you.


Erm, I think he is asking for a quote, not stating that it is expensive.


One thing though, while revving up the engine at 01:00-02:00 in the morning may be fun :) , it can really upset a lot of other people who are camped nearby. Just a thought.


regards,

Ashley



Umm yes have to apologies about that i have had allot of stick about it, a few to many sherberts lesson learnt. Sorry again yes i need to read the posts properly. Please send an email to gadlam@btinternet.com with how many days the event is on for and the postcode of the event and i will quote for it.

Author:  Graham Adlam [ Fri Jan 14, 2011 14:23 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Full Scale MK IX Spitfire with 27Ltr RR Engine

Commander wrote:
We are organising an event at Stafford is this expensive to book
C

Very sorry didnt read your post properly please send an email to gadlam@btinternet.com with number of days you need us and the postcode of the event. You can see full details of then aircraft at various events and video of it runningb at spitfirespares.com

Thanks

Graham

Author:  maquis [ Tue May 03, 2011 21:19 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Full Scale MK IX Spitfire with 27Ltr RR Engine

Quad bike or 27 ltr Merlin, I know which, I'd rather be woken up by!

Unless someone's extremely heavy-handed on the throttle, you're highly unlikely to be run over by the Mk IX either.

Author:  Graham Adlam [ Tue Jan 31, 2012 21:10 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Full Scale MK IX Spitfire with 27Ltr RR Engine

We now have available a Hurricane and WWI Vickers gun bus for hire alongside our Spitfire www.spitfirespares.com

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