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Our Plane of the Week comes to us today from Dennis Mead, who shares:

"My 1963 Cessna 210-5 also known as a Cessna 205 that I’ve owned for five years. I recently restored and repainted the plane myself. Plane was an old abused jump plane back in the 1980’s. N797LC".

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Our Plane of the Week comes to us today from Dennis Mead, who shares: 

My 1963 Cessna 210-5 also known as a Cessna 205 that I’ve owned for five years. I recently restored and repainted the plane myself. Plane was an old abused jump plane back in the 1980’s. N797LC.

Congratulations!

Election notice for all VAA members: ballots for the 2022 Vintage Aircraft Association Board Election will arrive by mail later this month. The board members running for re-election this year are:

Susan Dusenbury- President
Dan Wood- Secretary
Steve Nesse- Director

To be counted, your ballot must be received at the Vintage office of the EAA Headquarters on or before July 10, 2022.
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Election notice for all VAA members: ballots for the 2022 Vintage Aircraft Association Board Election will arrive by mail later this month. The board members running for re-election this year are: 

Susan Dusenbury- President
Dan Wood- Secretary
Steve Nesse- Director

To be counted, your ballot must be received at the Vintage office of the EAA Headquarters on or before July 10, 2022.

Learn to fly in the famous Piper Cub Trainer, the star of our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week coming to you courtesy of the May 1942 issue of Aviation magazine! ... See MoreSee Less

Learn to fly in the famous Piper Cub Trainer, the star of our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week coming to you courtesy of the May 1942 issue  of Aviation magazine!

Our Plane of the Week comes to us from VAA Board Member Tim Popp!

He shares, "Here’s my 1958 Cessna 172. I don’t own her anymore but she was all mine for 19 years until I finished my RV-7"
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Our Plane of the Week comes to us from VAA Board Member Tim Popp! 

He shares, Here’s my 1958 Cessna 172. I don’t own her anymore but she was all mine for 19 years until I finished my RV-7

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When I was younger, I didn't appreciate the post-war civilian planes all that much. But somewhere around 45, I began to see them for their beauty and now at 59 I really can't get enough of looking at these post-war classics especially when restored. 🙂

Best all 'round airplane ever.

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