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Silver Centenary Returns

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Uploaded on Mar 1, 2009

In 1930, in a small country town in Western Australia, Selby Ford built an aeroplane. The plane was flown briefly but without engineering drawings it could not be registered. In 2006/7 the Silver Centenary was restored by his grandson, Ronald. It had been stored in a shed an museum for 70 years. In Februray 2009 it was flown back to the town of Beverley, and was greeted by 200 cheering local residents

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