Post by Dave Homewood on Mar 18, 2013 14:36:34 GMT 12
This thread has been trimmed for legal reasons. May I remind all members to read Forum Rule 9, and that discussion of and linking to anything regarding the Supersonic Life film is banned.
May I also remind members that if they see a post removed suddenly, before posting a subsequent post on the same topic please check with myself or a moderator as to why the original was removed - your subsequent post may generate the same amount of trouble as the original removed post!
My dad sent me through a link to a slide show (here), reportedly created to show aircraft at the Aviodrome Museum in Holland. Slide 6 says that they have an ex RNZAF A4K on their "static flightline", and NZ6215 is pictured. The Skyhawk association has also linked NZ6215 Bu No. 155052 as residing at the museum (here).
6215 was one of the airframes that was purchased by Draken International and is now registered as N145EM, and looking at this Flickr photo would strongly suggest that it's still safely in Draken's hands (thankfully). Moral of the story: it's amazing how a lot of the stuff on the internet just ain't true...