Upgrade V225 Condor
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The big jet completed a deep overhaul and upgrade period last March that had kept it from the skies for an extended period of time. Suffice it to say that aviation aficionados and photographers are more than pleased to see it back in the air and hopping around the globe once again.
Of the 65 production machines produced to end of manufacture in 1974, thetotals were split evenly between Aeroflot and the VTA, the Soviet militaryairlift service, though some sources claim that even the Aeroflot machineswere generally used for military duties. Some of the five prototypes wereupgraded to production specification and put into formal service. The An-22swere used mostly to carry cargoes to the undeveloped Soviet Far East. TheAntonov bureau considered building a double-decker airliner version of theAn-22, with a capacity of 724 passengers, but this machine never got beyonddesign studies.
* A total of 54 Condors was built up to 2004, the aircraft being roughlysplit between civil and military users. Interestingly, two An-22s weremodified to carry the wings on their back for assembly. The RussianAerospace Force currently has 26 An-124s in service. Since 2010, 14 of themhave been upgraded with features such as a modernized cockpit -- reducingcockpit crew from 6 to 4 -- plus other updated avionics; much more reliableD-18T turbofans that meet international noise and emissions regulations; anda service-life extension program (SLEP) that provided a number of airframeand systems improvements.
Hi. My name is Steve E. and this is my baseball card trading page. I've been collecting cards since about 1971 and have all those that I bought back in the good old days. I am a member of Vintage Card Traders. Speaking of vintage, here is your's truly at the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1988... Collecting InterestsMy main collecting focus is vintage Topps baseball cards. More specifically, I collect the following:Completing Topps baseball sets in these years: 1952, 1956 (PSA graded), (1961), 1970 (upgrades), 1971, 1972 (upgrades), 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976 and 1977. Pittsburgh Pirates cards from all years (Topps, Bowman, Fleer, Pre-War and others).World Series cards.League Leader cards.Some interest in "oddball" Pittsburgh Pirates stuff (inserts, coins, food premiums, etc.).Roberto Clemente, Wille Stargell, Bill Mazeroski, Dave Parker cards.Football: Pittsburgh Steelers cards.Hockey: Pittsburgh Penguins cards.Basketball: Pittsburgh Condors ABA basketball cards.
1977 Hostess Twinkies Baseball (Want) I am seeking Pittsburgh Pirates. (If you collect these, see available to trade above).Want List: 27 (Stargell), 80 (Candelaria), 100 (Stennett-upgrade), 119 (Reuss).1979 Hostess Twinkies Baseball (Want)
1971 Topps Football Game Inserts (Want) 2 Bob Berry - Atlanta Falcons7 O.J. Simpson - Buffalo Bills8 Haven Moses - Buffalo Bills16 Bob Hayes - Dallas Cowboys27 Merlin Olsen - Los Angeles Rams30 Larry Csonka - Miami Dolphins38 Matt Snell - New York Jets43 Terry Bradshaw - Pittsburgh Steelers48 Lance Alworth - San Diego Chargers51 Sonny Jurgensen - Washington Redskins52 Larry Brown - Washington RedskinsField Marker. Non-Sport Available to TradeAdditional Available to Trade lists coming, including a few Jungle Chewing Gum cards. 1966 Batman (non-sport) (Available) 3, 7, 13, 13, 14, 17, 18, 22, 23, 23, 24, 24, 26, 37, 48. 1952 Topps Look 'N See (Available) I have several of these available to trade in varying condition. Contact me with your want list. Check out this Facebook Group. 1910 T57 Turkish Trophies Fable Series (non-sport) (Available) These are in low grade condition (soft corners, creases, etc.). All or almost all from the 1-50 # range. Since there is no numbering, this list is in alphabetical order (ignoring "The"). Ideally I would like to trade for other cards in this set. The Cock and the Jewel The Fox and the Woodman The Gnat and the Bull The Great and the Little Fishes Hercules and the Wagoner The Kid and the Wolf The Man and the Lion The Mouse and the Frog The Oak and the Reed The Old Hound The One-Eyed Doe 1956 Flags of the World (Available) Low grade (Poor/Fair): 11, 13, 14, 16, 16, 16, 20, 20, 20, 21, 21, 22, 30, 34, 37, 47, 50, 53, 56, 57, 58, 59, 73, 73, 76. Approximately VG: 8, 10, 14, 14, 16, 17, 17, 18, 20, 21, 21, 22, 30, 33, 42, 59, 61, 70, 77. Non-Sport Wants 1956 Flags of the World (Want) Want List (EX or better): 1 (US), 3 (El Salvador), 29 (Israel), 35 (Colombia), 45 (Nicaragua), 48 (Ethiopia), 60 (Uruguay), 62 (Indochina), 67 (Mexico), 71 (Egypt). Updgrade List (EX+ or better): 19 (Canada), 32 (China), 38 (Hungary), 40 (France), 44 (Denmark), 46 (Afghanistan), 56 (Luxemburg), 65 (Sweden). 1952 Topps Look 'N See (non-sport) (Want) I have completed this interesting 135-card set, which does contain one baseball player (Babe Ruth #15). Now focused on upgrades, as described below. Want: Set is complete. I am now upgrading to a graded set (PSA or SGC). Here are the upgrades I'm looking for: 2, 57, 58, 75, 76, 77, 81, 84, 89, 92, 94, 100, 101, 107, 111, 112, 116, 118, 121, 122, 123, 124, 126, 127, 130, 131, 132, 133, 135. Check out this Facebook Group. 1959 Fleer Indians (non-sport) (Want) This is a list of what I HAVE:10,15,16,20,35,50,51,56,60,62,63,65,68,69,70. 1966 Batman (non-sport) (Want) It looks like I have mostly Orange backs, with the "black bat" on the front. This is a WANT list.1,2,33,36,39,41,43,55. Note: I only HAVE one "blue bat" card. I don't know much about these. 1910 T57 Turkish Trophies Fable Series (non-sport) (Want) 1The Angler and the Fish,3The Blind Man and the Whelp,7The Dog and the Shadow,11The Dove and the Crow,12The Eagle and the Fox,14The Fox and the Grapes,20The Hare and the Tortoise,23The Herdsman and the Bull,24The Horse and the Stag,25Jupiter and the Camel (upgrade),42The Swallow and the Raven,52The Blacksmith and his Dog,53The Boy and the Filberts,54The Bundle of Sticks,55The Cattle and the Butchers,58The Deer and the Vine,61The Donkey and his Masters,62The Eagle and the Arrow,63The Eagle and the Jackdaw,65The Fighting Cocks and the Eagle,66The Fir Tree and the Bramble,67The Fox and the Crow,69The Fox and the Lion,70The Geese and the Cranes,71The Goatherd and the Goat,72The Gull and the Hawk,73The Hare and the Hound,75The Horse and the Laden Donkey,76The Hound and the Hare,77The Hunter and the Woodman,78The Lark and her Young,79The Leopard and the Fox,81The Lion and the Dolphin,82The Lion, the Bear, and the Fox,83The Lioness,84The Monkey and the Camel,85The Monkey and the Fisherman,86The Pig and the Sheep,87The Piping Fisherman,88The Pomegranate, the Apple and the Bramble,90The Thief and the Dog,91The Three Bulls,93The Travelers and the Hatchet,94The Travellers (sic) and the Bear,95The Trumpeter Taken Prisoner,96The Widow and the Sheep,97The Wolf and the Horse,99The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing,100The Woodman and Wood Nymph. ThanksThanks to VCT (Vintage Card Traders) members Bob Bard, Chuck Bosshardt, Mike Mackie, Bob Brown, Mark Walker, Dave Lorenz, Brad Nelson, Don Roth, Brian Walker, Tim Morales, Steve Archibald, Lewis Oberlander, Kerry McGinley, Tim Fritz, Dave Hudock, Richard Dingman, Patrick Prickett, Tom Massimo, Steve Chan, John Dahms, Jimi Thayer, Michael Garron, Guy Mitchell, Greg Campbell, Robert Dillingham, Judd Morrison, Matt Torrance, Ted Clayton, Bill Gurtler, Eric Swartz, Mike Weir, Randy Anglin, Mark Zentkovich, Randy Wilberg, Randy Krolewicz, Griffin Cole, Mark Gilmore, Jake Ewell, Nate Mack, Mark Zentkovich and Mark Talbot for successful trades.I am in baseball card debt to Kerry McGinley, Mark Talbot Steve Archibald, and possibly Guy Mitchell and others.If you are on the above "debt" list (or even if you're not on the list) and are harboring any ill feelings because I have not reciprocated, please let me know and I will try to make it right.If you are not on the above "debt" list and feel you should be, please let me know as well.Also thanks to non-VCT traders Ralph Genova, Gord Ellis, Mark Germana and Mark Garrett.Thought: "You can't always get what you wantBut if you try sometimes you might findYou get what you need" -- The Rolling Stones 2b1af7f3a8