Matteo Marianeschi of Aviation-Report.com sent me an interesting update dealing with the so-called “Warner Village F-104”. As I wrote in my previous post (http://cencio4.wordpress.com/2008/07/31/warner-village-f-104-removed/) the aircraft was removed from his previous location in Rome for an unknown destination (or trashed). Matteo met a truck that was carrying the MM6833 somewhere on May 9, 2008, on the A1 highway, next to Arezzo, Tuscany. Amazingly, as the pictures show, the F-104 was almost completely cleaned and wears an unknown badge below the “5-25” code on the right hand side of the fuselage.
The following aircraft were noted during the Spotter Day held in Cervia on June 20, to watch the arrivals of the Italian and foreign squadrons invited by the 23° Gruppo to celebrate its 90th Anniversary. […]
Today I visited this scrapped F-104 next to Warner Village cinemas, in Rome. For those interested it is located at 41°49’01,49”N 12°24’49,07”E but don’t waste time looking for it in Google Earth since satellite pictures […]
A few days ago, I explained in another post (http://cencio4.wordpress.com/2008/08/01/tracking-the-mm6833-or-6785/) that Matteo Marianeschi sent me some pictures of a truck that was carrying the MM6833 on May 9, 2008, on the A1 highway, next to […]