Talk:Fantômas contre Scotland Yard

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The English Electric Lightning featured on this page is an F.3, not an F.1 as listed in the heading.

SENIRAM 04:44, 29 May 2014 (MDT)

Interesting ! I was ready to change the heading when I noted the registration : . Some search return that it was a F6 (shown at Farnborough in 1964) ! Did the Brit changed the military codes as the french regularly practiced that ? LVCDC 05:15, 29 May 2014 (MDT)
It seems like this was originally built as an F.3 but converted into an F.6 in 1964. [1] That'd make it an F.6 at the time this was filmed, right? Corkeyandpals 17:56, 29 May 2014 (MDT)
Correct! I found the details in the airframe history section of the Lightning Association website. After conversion to F.6 configuration, XP697 was used to test 2 in rockets, large ventral tanks and the supports for over wing tanks. SENIRAM 10:08, 30 May 2014 (MDT)