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Our Vintage Airplane Ad of the week comes from 1929 and highlights the Travel Air! ... See MoreSee Less
Flew in a Travel Air in 2001 was a great flight.
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Congratulations to Kerry LaFleur, owner of our Plane of the Week!
A little bit of fall color from Vintage Village! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for sharing these photos. It is always neat to see what the airventure grounds look like other times of the year and when EAA Airventure is not going on.
Our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week highlights the 1963 Mooney Master- "the most modern fixed gear plane on the market today"! ... See MoreSee Less
Looks like the rubber donut shock trailing link gear that Beech put on the new Musketeer the same year.
Once a pilot became proficient, they could be converted to a retractable, and most were. However, there are still a few out there with the fixed gear.
How many did they sell?
Michael Stoeffler; looks familiar?
Our Plane of the Week comes to us from Justin Spence who tells us, "1943 PT-19 served in Jackson, TN. 1400 original hours and still the original engine- never been removed."
Congrats, Justin and Anthony!
Well done Justin, you’re a chip off the old block👏👏👏
I have to ask you something where is that PT 19 Airplane Located they are fun to fly in it my Dad use to have one in Pittsburgh Pa
Nice Justin Spence!!
I believe I saw it severa years back in Lakeland Florida at the big Sun and Fun annual Spring fly in, a sharp looking airplane indeed!! 👍
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