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Discussion in 'Flight Following' started by NealRomeoGolf, Jul 19, 2020.
fly to the scene of the incident, or be recovered at the scene of the tragedy
My insurance just this week gave me one word for my plane regarding #*&@ing hail damage.
(fun to fly, but wouldn't want to be seen in it)
Very sorry to hear
Thanks. Keep up your insurance folks. Glad I did. It’s emotional enough without the full financial hit.
I'm in the wrong business if you own those!
Lol. We both wish I could afford those cause I would throw some cash around for giggles. They are work rides. Well one still is (thanks covid)...
I’ve only owned one aircraft. It was a UH-1 I ran commercial ops with for a couple years. I’ve been flying since 1995 and have never been able to justify spending the money on a plane just for fun. I would like to build an RV-8 or something to run at Reno.
She's FAST, sleek, looks good, has the right curves everywhere and the potential to be expensive
Twin Turbo-normalized, fixed gear 182P with Robertson STOL kit.
(but sometimes worth it, almost)
one word ? OLD.