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Discussion in 'Flight Following' started by Lowflynjack, Mar 21, 2021.
Took some photos of this beautiful 210 on Friday. Going to be up for sale soon.
It's amazing how much better a Cessna looks without the struts!
Nice shots as usual Jack.
Thanks. This is a beautiful plane for sure!
I like the banking away shots the best!
A 210 needs gear shots
Great photos Jack.
Looks like a Tri-Pacer!
Your new drone is producing some great shots. Another fine set of photos!
That looks expensive.
And, the results!
Nice panel too. I see Bill Cox wrote the article too. Been reading after him since I started flying in '79. Or at least not too long after that.
Oh my, that panel.
Am I reading right in that aircraft comparison chart that it’s rate of climb is 30,200 fpm? The bonanza is a real dog at only 20,000 feet per minute!
Just checked my logbook ... on 9/6/1971, Bill Cox flew with me in one of our school's American AA-1 Yankees, N6190L, for a magazine pilot report. He's been at this a long time.
Yep, for Cessna Owner Organization and Piper Owner Society, I take the photos and Bill writes the stories.
Nice, as usual!
Whatta climb rate that is!
Unless the units were intended to be centimeters per minute.
Yeah. And the C210 can get to its maximum operating altitude of 765 ft. in under 2 seconds!!