After an 18-year restoration, a Hawker Fury, the only aircraft of its type in existence, has been faithfully restored to flying condition and put on display in the ‘Air and Sea’ exhibition at the Imperial War Museum Duxford.
Flying Officer Rosier first flew the Fury during December 1936 but had to relinquish the aircraft in February 1939 as it served in World War II. It was eventually sent to South Africa in 1940, where its remains were acquired by the Historic Aircraft Collection.
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