Tre kärlekar

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Tre kärlekar first DVD cover.

TV Series (1989 and 1991)

Starring:
Samuel Fröler (Gösta Nilsson)
Jessica Zandén (Lilian Melin)
Mona Malm (Ester Nilsson)
Ingvar Hirdwall (Egon Nilsson)


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ASJA Sk 11A

20 ASJA DH 82As were in service from 1932, designation was Sk 11A. The last Tiger Moth was retired during the fifties.

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S 16

The Caproni Ca.313 was purchased in 1940 and served until 1945.

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Saab 18 & FFVS J 22

In the foreground is the Saab 18 and in the background is the FFVS J 22.

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J 26

North American P-51D Mustang in Swedish Air Force.
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Douglas DC-3

Reg. SE-BAA was for Douglas DC-3-214 s/n 1947 christened Arne Viking but the real plane crashed in Congo in 1961.

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