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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...