WW2: Corsair fighter screams in at low level

Published on Feb 2, 2014

Keith Skilling superbly displays the Old Stick and Rudder Company’s Goodyear FG-1D Corsair fighter at the Classic Fighters airshow held at Omaka Aerodrome, Blenheim, New Zealand in 2007. This is the only remaining airworthy RNZAF Corsair in the world.

4 thoughts on “WW2: Corsair fighter screams in at low level

  1. I had an over powered rc version with a 4ft wingspan.
    It was so fun to fly and did about 70 at full tilt.
    At 75% and in a hard yolk it’s wings bent to near touching.
    I broke that plane so many times. I also injured a few birds of prey who tried to attack. It could maintain flight at 100ft into the breeze at under 5mph grounds speed. Then go to 45 in 10ft. So fun.
    Didnt know only one real one still flew. Id get one flying if i won the lottery. Then do some bad yet useful patriot type shit with it.lol

    1. Would have loved to watch you fly it. That is a difficult as hell model to build, I ve tried flying RC planes I suck at it. I can fly the real ones, but the RC I’m lousy, weird…

      Did yours have retractable landing gear?

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