Guardamar del Segura, Alicante, Spain

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Ron C130
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Guardamar del Segura, Alicante, Spain

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There are 2 W&R craft in this village on the Costa Blanca:
The first is on a pole at the roundabout at the entrance of the village: E24-07, coded 42-07, Beechcraft F33C Bonanza, Spanish Air Force.
The second is more difficult to find. For what is left of it, it is to find on top of a container at the Aeromodelismo airfield, near the urbanization of los Estates. It is a Socata Rallye 100S, registration EC-CYL, private. Exact location: 38,084517/-0,686897
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Re: Guardamar del Segura, Alicante, Spain

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Ron C130 wrote: 03 Sep 2021, 16:35 There are 2 W&R craft in this village on the Costa Blanca:
The first is on a pole at the roundabout at the entrance of the village: E24-07, coded 42-07, Beechcraft F33C Bonanza, Spanish Air Force.
The second is more difficult to find. For what is left of it, it is to find on top of a container at the Aeromodelismo airfield, near the urbanization of los Estates. It is a Socata Rallye 100S, registration EC-CYL, private. Exact location: 38,084517/-0,686897
Hi Ron, do you have an exact location of the F33? Thanks
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Re: Guardamar del Segura, Alicante, Spain

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It is in a small park at a roundabout, at the corner of Carrer la Redona and Carrer de Madrid.
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Isn't the "F33" actually a Cherokee in false markings?
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Re: Guardamar del Segura, Alicante, Spain

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It is indeed. PA-28-151 EC-CYE, pretending to be a Beech. It has no military history.

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Re: Guardamar del Segura, Alicante, Spain

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OK, thanks, didn't know that and I am not that good in recognizing small planes.....
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