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There are laws about giving presents to Kirchoff?
We've been watching the Netflix series The Crown lately. They need subtitles on that show. We really are separated by a common language.
A 185 modified for ag.
I remember hearing somewhere that some of these were sold to customers in some Latin American countries to get...
Sunrise before sunrise, 17 October 2020. Departing southbound from Phoenix-Goodyear Airport, we have climbed high enough to see the sun...
Dave, did you pay extra to ride in the right seat? I see you went on the Neuschwanstein route. Beautiful photo!
A little. Maybe @zaitcev can correct me, but I think it's:
Тип: АШ62ИР = Type: ASh62IR
серии = series
"Mopar" to "Planepar"? :D
Here's the engine data plate on the An-2 the OP flew in today.
Glad you enjoyed it! It's been six years since I did that trip. Looking forward to going back.
Don't forget the Chrysler alternator ...
Yep, Aztecs (and Apache 235s) were known within the company as PA-27, and their ICAO designator is PA27. Piper called them PA-23-250 (and...
Interesting story about the demise of the T-tail PA-32, and it even tangentially involves Rusty's airplane.
A year or so ago, Rusty posted a...
I like Cardinals, a lot. I think they have the nicest roll handling of any high-wing Cessna. But a strutless high-wing design just forced too...
We bugged out of the city for a quick couple of days at Laughlin, Nevada. We're not gamblers, but the lodging is cheap and there are some good...
Remember the 1970s radio ad?
"Dat's a nice car."
I've owned, flown and instructed in both stabilator and elevator types. To me in general the stabilators seem more sensitive and require more...
"Fair Lane" was the name of Henry Ford's estate in Dearborn MI. :D
I thought we're supposed to trust the doctors ... ?
Logically the Skycatcher might have been "160", but there was an experimental Model 160 in the early 1960s - a bare-bones four-seater that made...