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Discussion in 'Flight Following' started by Lawson Laslo, Mar 18, 2021.
Correct! they were going to build more, and also planned a 4 seater but then ERCO sold to Forney
Heres a real photo
It would be neat but it would take away from the goal, to create a simple aircraft that was similar to driving a car, thus steering it with the yoke on the ground, only 2 axis controls...
This is our '81 Dakota outside Sporty's! My wife now has her ticket and is training for her instrument.
This is my '58 Skylane which is still sporting its original paint.
It's just like the one on the cover of the '58 Cessna 180 and 182 brochure.
Is that the original paint?
That's super cool. I much prefer original schemes to the modern swoopy ones, and that's a good one. Hard to believe 60 year old paint still looks that nice. That thing has clearly been loved.
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Da62 I own with a partner
T-34 I have owned for quite a while
Welcome to POA
those are 2 beautiful planes!