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From: ACCassidy at aol.com
Date: Fri, 30 May 1997 20:37:14 UTC
It seems our friends down under are having fun with their reggies. On our airfield near London (the proper, original London that is) we have G-STUA and G-STUB which should be self-explanatory. I used to fly a G-BSIS which again is obvious but is no longer with us. Still on the same field we have G-SPIN and G-LOOP (an S2A and S1D). We have just lost, on being sold, another S1S called G-WAZZ (which means something different over here from what I think it means in the USA). Elsewhere in the UK is an S1S called G-FLIK, a G-PITS and a G-PITZ and a very shiny silver S1S called G-LITZ. So we have fun with reggies here too, and discussions can get interesting to see what can be got past the CAA watchdogs. When Louisa Knapp was planning to register her first Extra 300, the favourite for a shrt while was G-SPOT... but it never came to be. Toodle pip Alan Cassidy