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Old 04-22-2022, 05:51 PM
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Congrats on your bucket list check-off Rick!!
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They also do 1/2 hour introductory rides but I think you will wish you were driving by the end of the ride.
Way cool Rick, thanks for sharing !!
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Awesome!m That is so cool!!
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Default My Favorite Kind of Plane...

This was taken at our camp in the Adirondacks...the pilot is Tom Payne, Payne's Air Service, Inlet, NY. He and his dad run a float plane business out of 7th Lake...flying with these guys is better than gong on the space shuttle.

The plane in the photo is a Cessna 206 Station Air....they also have a 185 Skywagon. The Station Air has a longer body and is a little wider interior...we can haul a lot of gear in that baby.

Will be flying with these boys in a couple of weeks.

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I am considering building a T-51 with the LS-3 when I get done with my latest car restoration.

That's going to be a big departure for me. In the meantime "American Patrol" set to warbird images looks about right.

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I am considering building a T-51 with the LS-3 when I get done with my latest car restoration.

That's going to be a big departure for me. In the meantime "American Patrol" set to warbird images looks about right.

Classic music...some of the best ever done IMHO. We have a drop tank from a P51 up in the woods...the boys used each half to make a small boat...added outriggers to keep it stable. They are still up there in a secret place where the fish always bite
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Yes. Miller captured the feel of piston engine dog fighting with that song pretty well.
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This was taken at our camp in the Adirondacks...the pilot is Tom Payne, Payne's Air Service, Inlet, NY. He and his dad run a float plane business out of 7th Lake...flying with these guys is better than gong on the space shuttle.

The plane in the photo is a Cessna 206 Station Air....they also have a 185 Skywagon. The Station Air has a longer body and is a little wider interior...we can haul a lot of gear in that baby.

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Not on the same scale as Rick's adventures in the P-51, but got to play with this Chipmunk yesterday. Gave it a good bath and taxied it around to familiarize myself with the cockpit/controls. Plans are to get checked out in it this month.
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Thought I would share. I was working with the B25 Berlin Express over the weekend selling rides to everyday people as well as Vets and took the opportunity to try and replicate a shot of my dad taken 40 some years ago. This exact airplane was used on the 1970 film Catch 22.
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