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Australia's Lost fighter, The CA15 and its demise  9780987056504

Australia's Lost fighter, The CA15 and its demise (Red Roo 9780987056504)

€ 36.65
EU: incl. tax € 39.95
Category:Aviation Books
Publisher/Brand:Red Roo
Author:David Clarke
No. Pages:130
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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Australia/NZ, ISBN/Box 9780987056504, Publisher/Brand Red Roo, Author David Clarke, Format a4, No. Pages 130, Version geb, Language English

The history of the CA-15 and its demise is covered in detail in this volume by David Clark. Explores the genesis, prototype and trails of the new fighter; the attempts by Sir Lawrence Wackett to ensure the production of the CA-15 and the reluctance of the Air Board to commit to production. Includes colour profile artwork by Graeme Molineux. Card cover,

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