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Photo ID: 1369476
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Bell P-63F Kingcobra
Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (LSV / KLSV)
USA - Nevada, April 27, 1997
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N6763 / 4117 (cn 296E1-1R) A P-63F Kingcobra seen on the static of the USAF 50th Anniversary Airshow at Nellis AFB in 1997.
Ed Groenendijk
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Photo ID: 1115189
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Bell P-63F Kingcobra
Harlingen - (Rio Grande) Valley International (HRL / KHRL)
USA - Texas, September 1981
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N6763 (cn 296E1-1R) This Kingcobra in Russian AF c/s was seen during the 1981 Confederate Air Force Airshow.
Bob Groenendijk
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Photo ID: 0767452
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Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (LSV / KLSV)
USA - Nevada, April 1997
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N6763 / 43-11719 (cn 296E1-1R) Ex 43-11719 owned by Commemorative Air Force. This aircraft must rank as the most rare warbird flying today, simply because she is one of only two of her type ever produced. Two P-63Fs (out of a total production of 3,303 P-63s of all variants) were ever manufactured, making N6763 one of the most improbable warbirds to survive the war, let alone remain in flying condition.
Gerhard Plomitzer
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Bell P-63F Kingcobra
Houston - Ellington Field (AFB) (EFD)
USA - Texas, October 16, 2004
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N6763 / 43-11719 (cn 296E1-1R) One of the rarest warbirds flying still flying. Although superficially resembling the Aircobra it was a completely new design to correct the Aircobra's deficiencies at high altitude. Performance was inferior to the Mustang, hence the Kingcobra never saw combat with the USAF.
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