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For Rich...  "Help I'm a jet stuck in a cessna's fuselage!"  (ground effect til 120 kias then pull up)

 

Hahhaha  :wink:

 

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Nice shot!


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For Rich...  "Help I'm a jet stuck in a cessna's fuselage!"  (ground effect til 120 kias then pull up)

 

Hahhaha  :wink:

 

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In real life i often Flew a piper Cherokee 235 6 place aircraft. Had a big lycoming engine. When you flew alone it felt like a jet. Flew like a dream and got off the ground in a hurry. used to land on a short field and the guy said (He was an old WWII fighter pilot) boy you like to hang it the prop., don't yha? But he had a smile and got right in, that's what counted for me.

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A cherokee six?  Nice plane.  I don't seem them much anymore but if I were to own a plane that would probably be the one.


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Thanks

 

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Zoom-climbing a Cessna. SWEET! :cool:


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YEE HAW!

 

Nice climb, Ryan! And, a very pretty screenshot to boot!

 

Cherokee Six -- Low Wing Pickup Truck. Very good for Pop & Chip runs.

 

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Cherokee Six -- Low Wing Pickup Truck. Very good for Pop & Chip runs.


 

Used it on many occasions to deliver BIG starters and generators for the big coal loading cranes in the great lakes. So your right on! It was like and could be used as a powerful airborne pickup truck.

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Used it on many occasions to deliver BIG starters and generators for the big coal loading cranes in the great lakes. So your right on! It was like and could be used as a powerful airborne pickup truck.

Best.

BaldyB

Now you've gone and done it, Baldy!

 

The Saratoga SP has been wheeled back into the Hangar. Turbo equipped to carry more Pop, Chips and various Meats...

 

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For Rich...  "Help I'm a jet stuck in a cessna's fuselage!"  (ground effect til 120 kias then pull up)

 

Hahhaha  :wink:

 

 

 

Awesome shot Ryan - well done -  :wink:  :dance:


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