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Archive for the ‘Cool Airplanes’ Category


The Taylorcraft as a Bush Plane

The Taylorcraft as a Bush Plane Using a Taylorcraft as a bush plane can work great because of their STOL characteristics. Like a lot of planes from the immediate post-war era they are small and light. They score poorly on useful load, and won’t find a role as any kind of workhorse (like a Beaver), […]

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1/4 Share in Cessna 150-L For Sale

Fly Right Now! We’re selling 1/4 share in a 1972 Cessna 150. The plane is hangared at Pitt Meadows. Approximately 500 hours SMOH (new cylinders, etc) – time varies as it is flown regularly. Gyros (turn indicator, heading indicator and attitude indicator) are low time New alternator and starter MK 12D Navcom KLX Bendix King […]

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Colour Scheme On My Cessna C-150

I got an email from Australia asking me about the colours on on my 1972 Cessna C-150. Simon, the guy who sent the email, also has a 150, and is thinking about a paint job. So, even though my paint isn’t cherry, it is original. Here are some pics to show how the whole scheme […]

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Taylorcraft L2A

I did my long cross country solo today. The first part was a flight from CYPK to Powell River. It’s great scenery (like most of the flying around here). When I landed in Powell River I took a stroll around to check out the local aircraft. There was a nice Stinson 108, but there was […]

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