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Had a blast getting to spend the winter with the @_old_gold_ 38 cabriolet. Aside from the suspension we got a ton of little things squared away with it and I’ll defiantly be sad to see it go. More pics to come but we’re a break bleed away from cruising the neighborhood. #1938#ford#cabriolet#taildragger - getting super stoked to see it in person - Thank you Jason!
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The L-2 is an incredibly roomy aircraft for both pilot and passenger. The fact you can adjust the forward seat helps a lot. I am 6’, 195lbs and have lots of room and feel comfortable in the aircraft. This is a big departure from most aircraft of that time period as seating accommodations are usually cramped. Visibility is very good, better than most taildraggers. Taxing is straightforward with a steerable tailwheel, but the heel brakes take a bit to get used to. Both take-off and landing are basic for a tailwheel aircraft; you still have to be on top of what the aircraft is doing and it is a bit more challenging than a Champ, but overall an it is an honest aircraft. It is a good aircraft to teach tailwheel. The aircraft has no issues wheel landing, but I prefer 3 points. Once in the air I usually saw a cruise of 85 mph, which I thought was very good for 65 hp. Stalls are straightforward with the occasional wing drop depending on how coordinated the entry is. Basic maneuvering is just plain fun, and the aircraft slips extremely well, which is a good thing as it has no flaps. Cost of ownership is very low; it only burns 4 gallons an hour and this helps keep the cost of flying down. You can still find an L-2 for around $30k, which makes it one of the most affordable warbirds you can buy. A fun flying aircraft with a low cost to purchase and operate, what more could you want.#tailwheel#taildragger#classicaircraft#vintageaircraft#aircraft#flight#flighttraining#flightinstruction#rcairplane#eaa#oshkosh#warbird
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Guess we need to keep bulls away from this bipe. 😉 Seriously though, this is WAAAM’s new Waco UBF-7. This is one of Waco’s last biplanes before WWII and a few were built as primary trainers for the USAAF.
Post via @caylamcleod "Today marked my very first Cub solo! After an hour or two of Ryan showing this Champ girl how to do it, Grandpa Hunt gave me permission to steal it (not without threats of bodily harm though)!! What a great way to end a South Georgia weekend! "
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Powered by an A-65 Continental engine, the Taylorcraft L-2 sits two in tandem with the pilot occupying the forward seat. Most L-2’s have the rear greenhouse type window configuration, but some such as the one I flew were modified and the rear windows covered over. Too bad as I would have liked the more authentic look of the greenhouse with the better visibility, although I have been told they get very hot in summer. The A-65 does not have a starter or generator, so it is hand propping and battery operated radio and intercom. Hand propping is a pain with the L-2; the door on the right hand side swings outwards and the wing strut obstructs your way. This means you have to walk around before you gain access to the cockpit. It takes a bit of time before you have access to the throttle; it is an aircraft you want to have two people for the start. More on the flight characteristic in the next post.#vintageaircraft#classicaircraft#flighttraining#fightinstructing#eaa#oshkosh#aircraft#flight#rcairplane#tailwheel#taildragger
Managed to sneak onto the cover of Flightpath magazine thanks to the efforts of @jd_kightly and the generosity of @grigg_matt , who let me ride in the right seat of his Winjeel during the photo shoot last March over Echuca, Australia. And thanks to @robfoxphoto , who took the photograph, for sending me a copy of the magazine. #aviation#history#antique#aeroplane#flying#taildragger#sky#fun
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1970's Ford F250 with 8 foot step side bed. Suspension replaced with F150 dropped twin beams. Full size 8 foot cap used on step side. Spare tires on both sides between step and bed cap. Custom fender skirts to cover rear wheels. Rolled pan and Bellflower pipes added. Paint is Ford Granada medium metallic green. Rims are Keystone Klassic with white openings on white wall tires. Power from a Coyote motor and trans to a 9" rear. #daviautoart#drawtodrive#drawcars#Ford#truck#fordtruck#custom#kustom#taildragger
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, no it’s Super Cub! Well ok it is a plane, but it’s also Super Cub. The US Army has a long tradition of turning light planes into Liaison planes. The Super Cub was no exception. As WAAAM started flying more military gliders, they decided to convert a Super Cub they had into an L-18 for towing the gliders.