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Cessna 140 (N51ET)

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ian mcdonell
very nice
Greg Byington
Great shot!
Tim Segulin
Pleasing wrap of Ground and sky around a pretty little tail dragger. Great shot!
August Haeuser
Beautiful airplane and photo
Lorie Bedell
Fantastic!
Trevor Olsen
Great Shot! I love the sunset!
HAKLS
What a beauty!
robert kennington
My Dad's second airplane after the war. About two hours after my Dad said, "Don't tell Mom", I drew a picture from memory, and Mom asked, "Where'd you see that airplane?" If sparks flew, I didn't see them. ;) The 140 had a long antenna hanging from the vertical stabilizer, and was heavily detailed in my drawing.

After a series of five PBYs (that the government generously gave him to fly) his first airplane was a Grumman amphibian that he sold to Henry Ford II—and every of his seven later aircraft were all tail-draggers. 'Figures, I guess.
robert kennington
My Dad's second airplane after the war. About two hours after my Dad said, "Don't tell Mom", I drew a picture from memory, and Mom asked, "Where'd you see that airplane?" If sparks flew, I didn't see them. ;) The 140 had a long antenna hanging from the vertical stabilizer, and was heavily detailed in my drawing.

After a series of five PBYs (that the government generously gave him to fly) his first airplane was a Grumman amphibian that he sold to Henry Ford II—and every of his seven later aircraft were all tail-draggers. 'Figures, I guess.
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