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Unknown/Generic Balloon (G-TURK) - SOLBERG AIRPORT-READINGTON, NEW JERSEY, USA-Circa late 1980s to early 1990s: Seen at the New Jersey Festival of Ballooning were two of the many special shaped hot air balloons belonging to the late Malcolm Forbes, publisher of FORBES magazine. Pictured are: "Macaw"-registration number G-BRWZ and "Suleyman the Magnificient"-registration number G-TURK. The balloons of Malcolm Forbes were often seen at the balloon festivals in his home state of New Jersey and were specially made for him by Cameron Balloons for his good will tours to various countries around the world. The Can of Pepsi balloon does not belong to Mr. Forbes.
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Unknown/Generic Balloon (G-TURK)

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SOLBERG AIRPORT-READINGTON, NEW JERSEY, USA-Circa late 1980s to early 1990s: Seen at the New Jersey Festival of Ballooning were two of the many special shaped hot air balloons belonging to the late Malcolm Forbes, publisher of FORBES magazine. Pictured are: "Macaw"-registration number G-BRWZ and "Suleyman the Magnificient"-registration number G-TURK. The balloons of Malcolm Forbes were often seen at the balloon festivals in his home state of New Jersey and were specially made for him by Cameron Balloons for his good will tours to various countries around the world. The Can of Pepsi balloon does not belong to Mr. Forbes.

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MrTommy
I love the ingenuity these balloon manufacturers display in making whatever you want.
David Seider
This pretty much makes it official: Even Suleiman knows that Pepsi is superior to Coke!

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