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Yeah going to submit for judging in vintage. Right now I'm going through all the little things - polishing hubcaps, painting brake calipers etc.
Lots and lots of Skywagons getting restored - so there are parts for everything, and more parts manufacturers joining the market every week. It...
Easier to swap wings. Find a set of long-range wings. Since it's on the type certificate there's no legal issue with swapping.
Does it have factory extended fuel? Should be around 79gal usable which would be plenty.
Otherwise you can use Flint Tip tanks to extend range....
No concerns. Fly it.
@CC268 did materials before his exodus from engineering.
@Whitney what year 180? Early models have much shorter panels and more difficulty fitting modern avionics into them without doing an entire gut...
Play pedantic games, win pedantic prizes.
Western. Good school, great instructors, well maintained planes. I got my PPL there.
*Allegedly* This was a commercial student that was urged not to go by their CFI due to turbulence, but they went solo anyway.
Windshear for sure.
Just put tundra tires on.
Right, because ambulances were completely ineffective before the addition to lead to fuel and completely ineffective after it was removed from...
I know of several that did it this way, me included.
@Greg Bockelman and @Everskyward as well as my CFII all did commercial before IR.
Awesome write-up! Enjoy it and welcome to being a real pilot!
Sold pending payment.
Just my spare. Take-off is now my *new* spare - one day my Hartzell will need to be overhauled and it'd be nice to have one in reserve.
Can't swing a dead cat without hitting a CFI. Crazy that 1/4 of the certificated pilots are CFI's, I feel so much less accomplished.