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Discussion in 'Cool Places to Fly' started by Super V, Mar 16, 2019 at 7:46 PM.
Ain’t gotta clue bout the plane, but it looks like the boneyard at DMA
Ohhh man. I've seen a plane with this panel config, but I can't remember what it is!
Whatever it is, it's a single with a C/S prop, some interesting trim indicators, and is flying 120 KIAS at 7500 feet at 21"/2300. It also appears not to have a yoke at all, so likely a stick-controlled aircraft. The audio panel at the top center reminds me of a really old Bonanza but it doesn't have the piano keys (or the yoke).
It's definitely Davis-Monthan. That's taxiways A4 and A5 that we see between the runway and the main parallel taxiway.
Good job 1/2 correct !
The King-KMA 20 audio panel/marker beacon transitorized, debuted in 1969 which coincidently is the same year of this aircraft and part of the avionics suite King Silver Crown Package.
Good job 1/2 correct. The "Bone Yard" of DMA Where many great flying machines met there demise.
Close enough Good job! Socata Rallye 894A
Imported into the USA under the Waco brand model Minerva.
they look like fun planes to fly but i think i have only seen one in person. O-320?
There alot of fun ! And handle very nice on the controls. It has the Franklin 6A 350 C1 230 derated 220 hp.
The O-320 powered is the model 892E Rallye 150ST sport trainer.
Ok not to far from etouffee land airfield and type ?
Wow! Never would have gotten that, I've never heard of it before. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SOCATA_Rallye_family
There are 30 registered in the US as Socata Rallye MS894As, 33 other Rallye models registered as Socatas, but I don't see any registered as Waco Minervas. https://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/AcftRef_Results.aspx?Mfrtxt=SOCATA&Modeltxt=&PageNo=1
When was this taken? If I was working, I'm directly under the trailing edge of that wing.