Dallas FINA Airshow Pics
Pics 1-3 are images of my BD-5,
N522PR, in early stages of refurbishing. I took it there mostly for the kids.
It didn't look nice, but the children didn't care one bit. If you look closely
at the middle picture, upper right hand corner, that was the entrance to
the airshow. The organizers put me about 20 ft from the entrance, and from
the time they opened the gates to the minute they closed them, the aircraft
could not be seen from the sea of kids around it.
Pics 4 and 5 are images of a
hellacious Allison turbine powered street-legal motorcycle
that was in exhibition at the show. 0-200 mph in a few seconds. It takes
a little longer than that to wipe the grin and bug guts off your mug.
Pic 6 is proof positive that
selling junk food is big business. That's the Doritos intercontinental
company jet, made in Israel.
Last Updated 11/19/99
Images Copyright (C) 1999 by Juan Jimenez