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Our Plane(s) of the Week were submitted by David Brightwell: "My father’s 1938 Taylorcraft and my 1954 Pacer. I’m the third generation of my family to fly the Taylorcraft (first airplane ride on my first birthday) and my daughter got her first airplane ride in the Pacer when she was 8 weeks old!"
What a great pair of planes! Our pair is a ‘46 BC12D and a ‘55 PA22/20. Son Ryan flew in the Taylorcraft at 20 days old, now all four grandkids fly regularly in both planes.
My first ride at five was in a tri-pacer with my dad, you never forget those things❤️
The “Flying Brightwells”! Congratulations David and Steven! Two great planes! I seem to remember your grandfather Bill taking me for a ride in the T’craft. I used to love Bill’s stories of instructing in the Bamboo Bomber during WWII.
Congratulations David Brightwell!
My first ride was in a Piper J4 Cub. I was 12.
My husband has passed away i hav 1947 plane parts wings tail seats body if someone b needs a project. 5500 dollars
6 days ago
In today's Short Film Friday feature, take a look at some vintage aircraft that didn't quite make it (you've got to give the inventors credit for their creativity though!).
1 week ago
Congratulations to Al Hallett, our Vintage Volunteer of the Week!
Congratulations my dear Friend! 👍🏼😊🇺🇸 I miss our chats & jokes!
Congratulations Al on all the phenomenal work you accomplish for the Vintage Aircraft Association! Including being the all time champion hugger!
Congratulations to you Al! Great recognition for all the wonderful things you do for VAA.
Congratulations Gen. Hallett! I'll deny saying this, but I miss working with you at KOSH.
Well deserved, Al. Sure missed seeing you this year.
Congratulations to the General - one of the toughest guys I know but a real pussycat deep down. He worked for the wrong shipping company but managed to overcome it. I am a BIG FAN of the General!
Hi Al. I hope to see you next year. I know you deserve this honor. I have missed working with you.
Congratulations. Well deserved
Well deserved my friend!
Congrats General!! Miss you!!
Congratulations Al! You are truly a great guy! I always enjoyed our early morning visits in the Vintage Volunteer Kitchen! See you in 2021!👏🏻
Congrats Al Hallett!
We miss seeing you Al. Congratulations. You deserve it.
Congratulations Al Hallett!!! Pull my finger!
Go Al!!!!! 😍👏👏😊
CONGRATULATIONS, AL!!!! 😀🎈💥🤸
Well deserved old friend!
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