The two would continue their success throughout the year, with Minogue getting her third number one single; "Hand on Your Heart" in May followed by "Wouldn't Change a Thing" which peaked at No.2 in August, "Never Too Late" peaked at No.4 in October, and then her second number one album, Enjoy Yourself came in November.Donovan fared even better getting two number one singles ("Too Many Broken Hearts" in March, and "Sealed With a Kiss" in June) and one album (Ten Good Reasons in May).The group have certainly moved on a lot from their days churning out hits such as Automatic High, with both Frankie, 23, and Rochelle, 23, finding huge success in The Saturdays alongside Mollie King, Vanessa White and Una Healy.And Calvin Goldspink, 23, has moved on from singing to try and make it as an actor, starring in the CW channel's Life Is Wild and taking on the role of James Middleton in a TV movie about the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.Some saw action in the Abyssinia crisis of 1935 but by the Second World War the Demon was obsolete.
Like many artists this year, Minogue and Donovan were produced by Stock Aitken Waterman, who were at the peak of their popularity in 1989.
Mr Davies has not flown the two-seater himself, although he has been in the gunner’s seat behind the pilot.
It had a top speed of 182mph, a wingspan of 37ft 2in and was armed with twin 7.7mm Vickers machine guns and one Lewis gun.
They arranged it to keep the old chap busy.’‘At the start it was really piles of wreckage,’ said Mr Davies, from Hitchin, Hertfordshire.
‘There were lots of other bits to find and lots that needed to be made again from new although we always tried to get as close to the original parts as possible.’ Some components were rescued from a tip in Ireland, while the supercharged Rolls-Royce Kestrel VDR engine was acquired from Australia (64 Demons were made for the Australian government as well as the 240 built for the RAF).