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Just to use the example of that derelict Cub, there are lots of people who would have loved to restore it, before it got so bad. An old C-172,...
In roughly chronological order:
C-150, -152, -172
Tiger Moth DH82A
Pardon me, would you have any Grey Poupon?
Hah! Sunday I flew my Hatz to the antique airplane and car show at 23N (what a cool airport!). On the way out I was doing a blistering 47 knots,...
But what does "his own product" mean?
Rutt's is still there, and still good, though definitely a dive. My wife loves their "rippers".
Hobbs records the time the engine is running. Logging is supposed to be from the time the plane first moves "for the purpose of flight". Usually...
Sabrett's, natural casing (so they snap when you bite 'em), with mustard and jalapeños.
I love having no doors! :p
...that your TSO'd ELT battery is really just six D-cell Ray-O-Vac flashlight batteries wired together in a cardboard box?
Ah, you climbed the dirt pile to get the better shot!
A story: Many years ago, I was a naive twentysomething with his first plane, a beat up but basically sound 1941 Taylorcraft. Flew it all over...
Saw this at OXC this morning:[ATTACH]
Several nearby planes on flat tires, but none this bad. The rudder was banging back and forth in the wind.
And the "verbal confrontation" was about???
Which, if it was done like most owners do it, will show a sales price of "$1 & ovc".
Why? Although you don't need as many hours to become a CFI-SP, it doesn't mean a SP instructor is bad. At my home field, there is a CFI-SP...
How long will they be at OXC?
Never mind, they're doing the Hudson River flight Saturday and departing for Europe Sunday.
Not at all, if that's what they're going to be flying later. And for pilots who want to fly ultralights, there are no two seat ultralights so an...
Most planes will have an hourmeter built into the tachometer. As others have said above, the hour recording speed depends on engine rpm. Since a...