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The Vintage Aircraft Association recently received a donations of books that included a copy of the official program for the 1928 International Aeronautical Exposition in Chicago. For the next few editions of our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week, we'll highlight advertisements taken from inside the program.
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Congratulations to Mike & Sherry Finney of Albany, Indiana, owners of our Plane of the Week!
That is a real aeroplane....
Great airplane.....great history.
I love to fly the old tail drawers i had the privilege of being instructed in how to do spins in a J3 Cub its a blast
Hey, I know them! Congratulations!
first plain i ever flew.pilot let me fly for a few minutes, they landeed it on hilside strip.
Beautiful Aircraft, looks like that AC Would be fun to fly,
Beautiful little plane !
One fine restoration & couple!
My Husband and Father-in-law Flew one. It’s my Favorite small plane . 💖
Love the CUB I had a 1939 J-3 for a number of years best plane I have flown
How many years was the J-3 Cub produced and what did it cost new? I think that my bro soloed in 46 in a Cub.
My first flying lesson. Taking off from a grass field with a tail-dragger is an interesting operation.
I had one with Maul steerable tail wheel, low and slow wish I still had it Last I knew it was still licensed
Congrats Mike & Sherry.
Mike & Sherry always do incredible work!!💕💕
Our Vintage Ad of the Week expresses how easy it is to "get away from the humdrum and heat of your ordinary routine" in a 1940 Taylorcraft! ... See MoreSee Less
I owned a 1939 that started as a BF-65 but had been converted to a BC-65 by the time I owned it. The F and C meant Franklin and Continental Engines.
With those prices I could afford the deluxe model 🤑
My dad had a Taylorcraft a long time ago. Sweet little bird.
I owned a third of a 1947 BC 12 D N 5218 M got a lot of time in it.
I have logged time in a Taylorcraft....65HP you wind it.....Fun airplane.....
I flew a BC-12D quite a bit between 2010 and 2013. My Dad had owned one in the 1950s. All I remember of it was seeing tailwheel they had changed out from a half castor, to a full castor type.
While not full scale, I am assembling a Monocoupe and soon to follow a 1/4 scale Stinson 108.
My dad had one ✈️✈️✈️
We had one
Holy cow Mary. Had no idea you were a pilot. Awesome.
If you’ve ever climbed into a Taylorcraft, you know that they didn’t do it in heels and a dress.
I ANNUAL ONE
My dad had a 1946 BC12D
Lol no way all that could fit.
1 man and 3 women...what kind of fun are they talking about?
Our Plane of the Week was submitted by Brianna Halverson Stoinoff, who wanted to nominate her husband Rob Stoinoff's Piper. She shares: "1950 Piper Pacer from Osgood, Indiana. He has owned it since 2007 and has lovingly cared for it. It is a previous Sun ‘n Fun winner and is flown regularly. The Pacer is based in North Vernon, Indiana."
Good on you Bri!
Love the color scheme!
Very cool plane. Serious envy here.
A beautiful example!!! Congrats!!
I grew up in a Tri-Pacer. Tail up or tail down they're an awesome but often misunderstood airplane.
Many years ago my Father made my brother and I these Tri Pacer models out of solid wood! He made us a hangar for them too. Still have mine...👍🙂
Did actualy have "A go" on one ot these back in the late 70s,just so flyable
Very nice 👏👏👏🤠
I was 18 years and flew a lot here in Brasil. It was wonderful.
LOVE TO FLY
Owned one for a while. It is short coupled and had the ability to make landings exciting
I AM IN THE PROCESS OF FINISHING THE ANNUAL ON A1956 TRIPACER. WE HAULED IT HERE ON A TRAILER 2 YEARS AGO.
Beautiful plane. Always loved the Pacers and Tri Pacers
Well earned honor for the week.
I soloed in a 1953 Piper Pacer. Great plane to fly.
My dad love the Pacer. We had several in the family over the years of our FBO at Brown Field in San Diego. We had one hanging from the rafters in one of our hangers, stripped down to it's frame. That plane always intrigued me.
I love it beautiful aircraft
My ‘50 Pacer isn’t quite as pretty...
Is it Piper PA 20?
2 weeks ago
Persevere- Just like this sign!
I love your little bookstore and am collecting books to donate! I sure hope that Oshkosh 21 happens.
Great observations and analogy! Sure hoping 2021 finds us back at OSH!❤️
I love this story. It gives hope that we can survive anything.
One of my favorite stops. It’s so important to donate books etc. there are Tons of books by the greatest generation that were limited prints etc.
Who knew a tiny little bookstore in Vintage could be so inspiring! Well said Amy!
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