While this doesn’t really fit the bill of a proper Achtung, Skyhawk! topic, the interlude between my last post here and the next Rare Aircraft series (currently “in production” 🙂 ) was becoming a bit longer than I had originally anticipated (my ATPL exams and IFR flight sim are taking up quite a lot more time than I had expected). So, the break the monotony – and add a splash of color – I though I might just as well post my latest bout of aviation artsyness :D.
Namely, a few days ago at the field I had come across – completely by chance – an old Soviet/Russian tachometer, which I had initially presumed to be from our old Yakovlev Yak-52, 9A-BUG. A quick counter through my photos of the said aircraft later revealed that this might not be the case, but I still found this little instrument interesting – and before consigning it to the role of an attractive paper weight, I thought I might as well see if it was a worthy photo subject…
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Nice art work, I have never assume that, this type of colorful artwork can be done with old tachometers. Loved it!!