Monday, 23 September 2013
The Dakota Doomsday Party Photo's are Online now!
Broken Wings, rusted Parts, corroded aluminum, loose Parts and a total state of destruction. The Dakota L-4 made in 1944 in Oklahoma, USA couldn’t have looked more sad than the state it was in, when we arrived for the Dakota DoomsDay Party on Sunday September the 15th. at the Valkenburg Naval Air Station near Katwijk in the Netherlands. It was a farewell party, attended by many WWII Veterans and Dakota lovers. Farewell Party, because the very next day the Dakota was completely dismantled.
Prior to the disassembly, Hans Wiesman and his company Avionart, organised the Dakota Doomsday Party on Sunday 15 Sept, a farewell meeting that was attended by WW II Jeeps, Trucks and Army Harley-Davidsons as a tribute to this Warbird Dakota, the Aluminum Soldier that will never fly again.
Click HERE to read the whole story and see some cool photo's
For ALL the photo's of the Dakota Doomsday Party click HERE