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or keep it as a 40th and sell it a Barrett Jackson and any thing over sticker goes to the Childrens Foundation. Bet it'll go for a Cool Mill or more! :happy feet:

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No, I fly the Thunderbird out of the Houston area. I know a few of the Aluminum Overcast pilots. Great guys.

 

What do you fly?

 

Just Cherokees. Favorite is a 78 Dakota 236hp 6cyl. Want to get checked out in those glass panel Diamonds though. Maybe a Cirrus someday?

 

I'd love to get up in one of those warbirds. Just love that sound. I take it you're a commercial pilot as well? What else do you fly for kicks?

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I bought a ride in the Aluminum Overcast when it was at Willie J. Fox field in Palmdale a few years back. Next to driving my GT500 thats about as good as it gets. I bought my son the limited edition flight jacket and will have memories for a lifetime. They let you go thru most of the plane during the ride and its truly an amazing piece of engineering. At least for that era.

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Just Cherokees. Favorite is a 78 Dakota 236hp 6cyl. Want to get checked out in those glass panel Diamonds though. Maybe a Cirrus someday?

 

I'd love to get up in one of those warbirds. Just love that sound. I take it you're a commercial pilot as well? What else do you fly for kicks?

 

I have several of hours in a Dakota--great airplane. I fly for Continental for my day job.

The B17 I fly is part of the Lone Star Flight Museum in Galveston Texas. I also fly the B25, SBD Dauntless, T-6, T-34, and the F6F.

The museum web site is: http://www.lsfm.org/

 

Tim

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I have several of hours in a Dakota--great airplane. I fly for Continental for my day job.

The B17 I fly is part of the Lone Star Flight Museum in Galveston Texas. I also fly the B25, SBD Dauntless, T-6, T-34, and the F6F.

The museum web site is: http://www.lsfm.org/

 

Tim

 

Damn. Wow. You're my hero. Love to take that Hellcat up - or the Mitchell.

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Nice picture, WOW. My father flew B 17's during the war. For me the Aztec D was as far as I got. Are you both Q. B's? I like my 40TH but really miss flying, those were the good old days.

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Kudos. Very nicely handled.

 

 

Couldn't agree more! Well done Amy and SAI team. Thanks for your tireless efforts to protect the brand and the integrity of all SAI does.

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