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01-15-2015-Ercoupe75thLogo-240 Celebrate 75 Years of the Ercoupe at AirVenture 2015Reposted from eaa.org January 15, 2015 – A popular and innovative post-World War II airplane design will be celebrated at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2015 as we observe the 75th anniversary of the innovative ERCO Ercoupe. Along with the original Ercoupe 415 that first became available in 1940, other iterations of the airframe are also welcome [&hellip… Read More
ErinVideo February 2015 AirMail: Happy Birthday EAA, Affordable FlyingGeoff Says… Happy February, and Welcome back to the EAA Vintage Aircraft Association’s Vintage AirMail e-Newsletter.2015 has arrived with an explosion of activity in and around the Vintage Community. Erin Brueggen has been on the scene for a short two months now as our new Executive Administrator and has already accomplished a ton of detail [&hellip… Read More
GoldLindy NEW Vintage Awards for AirVenture 2015ANNOUNCING NEW VINTAGE AWARDS FOR AIRVENTURE 2015 Customized Airplane Awards: The Contemporary category judging group of VAA has chosen to recognize aircraft which have been updated to be used as personal transportation aircraft while retaining the spirit of the EAA Vintage Aircraft Association. These aircraft can be modified with newer engines, propellers, avionics and other [&hellip… Read More
brent-taylor AAA Names New Presidentreprinted from antiqueairfield.com: In July of 1953 the oldest antique airplane was fifty and not flying much. Jets were beginning to squeeze props from the sky, and airplanes from the 1920s and 30s were disappearing, some barely old enough to vote. Progress has a way of trampling the pioneers until they’re gone, which is when new [&hellip… Read More
SkiPlaneFlyIn1 February 7 – EAA Skiplane Fly-InReposted from EAA.org: Let It Snow! Join us for EAA’s annual Skiplane Fly-In! Free admission to the public  |  Complimentary chili & cake Saturday, February 7, 2015  |  10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.  |  Pioneer Airport One of the area’s most colorful events of the season, the annual EAA Skiplane Fly-In, will be held on [&hellip… Read More
aa-dc-3 Flash from the past: The Flagship Detroit DC-3  Click the link below to read Sparky Barnes Sargent’s article on this amazing plane from the September, 2006 issue of Vintage Airplane. The Flagship Detroit DC-3: Grand Old Lady of American Airlines    … Read More

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This plane made several trips to Oshkosh before journeying to its current home in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Thanks to Mike Wilson for the image and comments below. ... See MoreSee Less

Thought you would like to see my rebuilt Stinson 108-3 which is now located in Chiang Mai, Thailand. I imported it about 2 years ago. A great flying airplane and draws crowds were ever we go.

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Thought you would like to see my rebuilt Stinson 108-3 which is now located in Chiang Mai, Thailand. I imported it about 2 years ago. A great flying airplane and draws crowds were ever we go.

Richard Quinnette, Tad Harmon and 23 others like this

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Tony KramerI love Stinsons9 hours ago   ·  2
James DewberryI love stinson's too but damn that big tail on the dash three !!!8 hours ago   ·  1
Patrick MeagherNice!2 hours ago
Nick HooverMy grandpa had one brand new lol it was blue and white6 hours ago
Paul C. HancheckMetalized!6 hours ago

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