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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by Bell206, Jun 12, 2019.
Back when Cessna was still good at innovating.
It was at Oshkosh
Nice posts with the history and video.
I saw Cessna 207 Serial #0001 once in Arizona. I can't believe it is still around.
I've seen it in person, it lives in the hangar next door to mine actually.
Is it still working in Page.??
It’s hangared in a heated and humidity controlled hangar Quincy, IL.
It's the first 172 that's in Quincy. I don't know if the first 207 (N9100D) is still working in Page with the other 207s there, but it's registered to American Aviation in Woods Cross UT.
"November ninety-one thousand, checking in...."
<---- wishes he had a cool call sign
Sorry about that, I meant the 172 is in Quincy.
Yeah I don't know much about it beyond the video. I just am based at Quincy and happened to see in an open hangar door one day and there it was- same hangar as seen in the video. Saw it taxiing back in from a runway the other day so I imagine it's still flying.
That is the company it belonged to when I saw it. Owner lived in Utah, company operated out of Page airport. Amazing it has survived all these years. 207s live a pretty hard life.
Cessna triple ZED reporting right base...
I stopped at Page a couple of days ago, and the first 207, N9100D, was there and looks great.
Hard to believe that the very first 207 is not only still flying but still working.!!
Looks better now than in that 70s style brown paint job.