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Wow, she looks great!!I just can't see paying $18 for a 152.But awesome work nonetheless!!

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Well I just took a flight in it and she handled like a beauty!!! I think this one is going to have a special place in my heart:-sun1. The model looks real nice too!! Hey great job again to the team of F1 & Dreamfleet:D.Jason

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Shane I'am telling you this is one great plane I have about 70hrs in the real one and this is as real as you can get on fs :) if you've ever flown the real one you do owe to yourself to get this :)

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Maybe I'll check it out.I have quite a few hours in the 152 (then it got later in High School and I started football and became too big, LMAO), at that time I switched to the 172/Katana/Arrow/Archer.The spinner does look a little round though...the real point was "pointy" if I remember correctly.Hmmmm, maybe I'll give her a second look.:)

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>The spinner does look a little round though...the real point>was "pointy" if I remember correctly.>I remember, about the spinner being mentioned in the design stage. It was modeled after the actual spinner which is different from some versions. There was even a picture.L.Adamson

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Oooooohhhhh, ok, that explains it then.In that case, even better job :) :)

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A 152 does handle nice, but hows the FDE in regards to climb with full flap/full throttle (Real thing won't do)?A nice little aeroplane that is about 20 to 30HP under powered!

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One of the fellas at the FBO in Texas where I learned to fly, flew the heavy metal of American, and my personal and forgiving C-150 for fun on weekends with me. Mine was a 150 (N11369), and I flew it from Dallas to Tampa and all around Texas--which is a big state. At one point I was grounded for nearly a week by a February cold front in Monroeville, AL miles from a city and had to coamp in the plane until the weather cleared. The argument for "high wing" over "low wing" took on new meaning for me as I challenged (in my mind, at least) the low-wing lovers to open a window while stuck on the ground in a rainstorm. I wrote about it and was published in Private Pilot magazine but not without some nasty editorial butchering. ;-( Ah yes, the Cessna 150. Hours and hours of boredom, interspersed with moments of pure panic. This Flight1 152 is a bit newer than my 150, but it looks good and flies good.A short hop to a Caribbean island in one of those becomes more an adventure than with most airplanes. Very cool this release. Very cool indeed. Bought it. Love it, because it strikes a sweet "Volkswagen Bus" chord in my mind. Had I kept mine, I'd likely have painted it in Jerry Garcia amateur-hour flower-child peace signs and other hippie colorations.In fact, that gives me an idea . . . My first FS9 repaint!

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