Does "restoration" in this sense basically mean "we're going to fabricate an entirely new airplane, but at least we have seem parts to take measurements from"?
This is very cool. I've recently been reading Antony Beevor's The Second World War (which is enjoyable so far) because I wanted to fill in my education on the war, as it is directly responsible for much of my life. There aren't many other reasons that would have caused an Air Force Sergeant and engine mechanic from Alabama to meet his wife who lived on the coast in Essex and had her home bombed during the Blitz (maybe even by a Do 17), which is the story of my grandparents.
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