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From April of 1931, our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week announces the NEW Rearwin Junior! ... See MoreSee Less

From April of 1931, our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week announces the NEW Rearwin Junior!

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Notice how the takeoff performance is specified: 7 seconds.

Easily entered with parachutes!

Marion McClure had a Rearwin Junior. My Sister was small enough to ride with him. He told me I was too heavy!

I wired them, but so far, no response.

Congratulations to Bob Brandt, owner of our Plane of the Week!

Bob shares, "Here is my 1954 Cessna 180. It won awards at Oshkosh in 2006 and 2007. My father bought it in 1955 and it has been in the family since".
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Congratulations to Bob Brandt, owner of our Plane of the Week!

Bob shares, Here is my 1954 Cessna 180. It won awards at Oshkosh in 2006 and 2007. My father bought it in 1955 and it has been in the family since.

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What a beauty! Love those 180s!

My dad had a 1958 182, he loved it!

I know it's probably a different Bob Brandt but that's a name I associate with drag racing. A man named Bob Brandt is in the drag racing hall of fame as a crew chief on Don Prudhomme's funny cars.

I had a 54 180 for about 20 years. On wheels, floats and wheel skis. A lot of memories made with that plane.

used to sky dive out of that plane ..my dad was the pilot ..he never understood leaving a perfectly good airplane he quit flying jumpers after a jumpers pilot chute open and yanked out the side of the plane

Nice

Nice

How many ground loops?

Nice

Beautiful Plane !!

My father had that airplane

Wow should be plane of the decade sorry love 180 s

Gorgeous

Beautiful

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Our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week from 1930 will take you off to business at two miles-a-minute in a Spartan! ... See MoreSee Less

Our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week from 1930 will take you off to business at two miles-a-minute in a Spartan!

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The airplane depicted is a Spartan C-3-225. Two remain, one at EAA!

Congratulations to Mike Davenport (EAA# 89102), owner of our Plane of the Week!

He shares, "My Stinson 108-2 was built in 1946 as a -1 and delivered to its first owner in Canada in December of 1946. It has had Canadian owners for all but two years when it briefly resided in California.
I have owned and flown it regularly for the past 30 years including longer trips from Vancouver, British Columbia to Canada's Northwest Territories in 1995 and to OSH in 2019".
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Congratulations to Mike Davenport (EAA# 89102), owner of our Plane of the Week!

He shares, My Stinson 108-2 was built in 1946 as a -1 and delivered to its first owner in Canada in December of 1946. It has had Canadian owners for all but two years when it briefly resided in California.
I have owned and flown it regularly for the past 30 years including longer trips from Vancouver, British Columbia to Canadas Northwest Territories in 1995 and to OSH in 2019.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Beautiful!!!

Beautiful plane sirπŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ˜Ž

Christie Lynne Catteeuw

Our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week (undated) highlights the Curtiss Robin- Built for Durability! ... See MoreSee Less

Our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week (undated) highlights the Curtiss Robin- Built for Durability!

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They're pretty rare today, but I saw one at the Cortland NY (N03) Airport Days a few years ago.

Used by Wrong Way Corrigan to fly to Ireland?

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