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    Today's favorite airplane.. riding with Ralph in his 185Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJ View Post
    Today's favorite airplane.. riding with Ralph in his 185Click image for larger version. 

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    Hey, its summer. Let's ditch the winter clothes.
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    Carbon Cub.
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    RV-3B (sweet). Rose Parrakeet with IO-200. Nanchang CJ-6 with M14P. Luscombe 8A ragwing. Javron with XO-370 engine. Pitts S-1C. Comanche 260B (awesome all-around hauler). 200hp Husky A-1B. RV-8. PA-18A. Cessna 180J. DC-3, Avid Flyer. Cessna 140 ragwing. Rans S-21 Outback with Lycoming clone. 85hp Vari-Eze. Zenith CH801. Scarecoupe. Kinda, but not really, exactly in that order.

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    LOL,Jliltd you sound like me! Been flying since 1966 and love flying anything.

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    As Steve P. said...the Hawker SeaFury was one incredible flying machine...as long as the engine kept working. i've enjoyed the mustang, the corsair...the history alone makes them fabulous.

    Love the Air Tractor 802...it's made me more money than any other airplane....still flying it.

    I was surprised that so many mentioned the L-19. It's going to be the last one to leave, I think....it's just a delightful plane to fly, if short-legged.

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    https://youtu.be/pZQir_yH_J8

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