closeup-view-of-the-Red-BipCloseup view of the Red Biplane.POWDERLY, Ky. (6/9/14) — The weather was great for flying Saturday during the Wings and Wheels Car Show.

The air show was packed with people wanting to see the planes and cars at the air show.

The airport was full of vintage vehicles and their proud owners.

Another popular attraction was the remote controlled airplanes. These were not the remote controlled airplanes that one would find in the store; but rather, these planes were custom built by the owners.

Those attending took advantage of the plane rides, which took them over the Greenville and Central City areas.

The public also got a chance to see the T6 Military Trainer in action along with close up views of many airplanes including a large, red biplane.

The show concluded after an exciting air show in which the stunt plane belched a lot of smoke while doing dives, spins and various aerial acrobatics.

Charles Riley
SurfKY News Reporter
Photos by Charles Riley

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