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Check out this video for a closer look at some of the vintage aircraft that was proudly displayed at AirVenture 2021!

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now do ne one on the stinson model a that was there !!

Our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week features the Cessna 172 with Land-O-Matic Landing Gear! ... See MoreSee Less

Our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week features the Cessna 172 with Land-O-Matic Landing Gear!

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I got my PP/SEL in this one in the mid 1960s...

I’ve seen that done at my home airport multiple times!!

I learned on a 152. I'm guessing it didn't have Land-o-matic. After learning not to bounce that, landing a Bonanza felt like cheating! Gotta love the marketing.

I wanted a straight tail, but couldn’t find any decent ones when I was looking so I ended up with the next best thing, a fastback, swept tail model, she’s a 1962 C model

Five it down and plaster it on…Cessna marketing…and… let’s get spins taken off the requirement for the Private.

Yet an other Save Wittman design.

Nothing like the venerable 150

I like the picture a lot. It was my dads second airplane.

Loved flying this one!

Is there a year somewhere on this ad?

Modelo 1958...!!!

Im curious how land o matic works .

Haaaaaa !

All it needs is the Omni vision rear window.

Serial number one Cessna 172 is alive and well living in Hemet, California. I fly r/c models with the current owner. 😉

Hi, may I borrow this poster please for our online aviation magazine www.flightlineweekly.com

William Provine

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Congratulations to Joe Rizzo and his 1968 E33A Bonanza, our Plane of the Week! ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to Joe Rizzo and his 1968 E33A Bonanza, our Plane of the Week!

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Nice Airplane! 🤡

Beautiful.

Congrats Joe

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EAA - Vintage Aircraft Association

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Card carrying member.

From all of us at the Vintage Aircraft Association, have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! ... See MoreSee Less

From all of us at the Vintage Aircraft Association, have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!
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