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Ryan Georgi's Blog: Luscombe on top of the world!

Posted in Members | November 07, 2009
This article is from Ryan Georgi's Blog Latest Flying Adventure, who has kindly granted permission to re-publish on AntiqueAirfield.com.
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Flint Hills Flyers November Newsletter, with Photos

Posted in Chapter News | November 04, 2009

Here's the Flint Hills Flyers November Newsletter. That's quite a chili rig - read about the Oct 31 Leo's Chili Feed to find out more.

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Flint Hills Flyers members Jim Clark and Maurice Sharp flew Young Eagle rides during the event.

Mystery Airplane Winner - D.J. Short

Posted in News | November 03, 2009

D.J. Short (Warrensburg, MO) has correctly identified the "Mystery OX-5 Homebuilt" as the Cirigliano Special. Your set of AAA-APM "Chief Pilot" wings are on there way D.J.!

Walt Bowe and Carlene Mendieta are in the midst of restoring the Cirigliano to it's original OX-5 configuration.

Here is what Walt has to say about the project: "Upper wing of the Cirigliano is almost ready for cover. Lowers are in progress and fuselage is here at the shop. Working on building gear..... From pics only. Lots of standing back and looking."

Sights and Sounds from 2009 Fly-In by Dennis Goodrich

Posted in Members | November 03, 2009

Dennis Goodrich from Ames, IA has published a "Sights and Sounds from the 2009 Fly-In" video:

Ammo?

Posted in News | November 01, 2009

November Texas Chapter Newsletter

Posted in Chapter News | November 01, 2009
Here's the Texas Chapter November Newsletter.

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Restoration Center Donor's Update and Interactive Map

Posted in News | October 31, 2009

The Restoration and Maintenance Center Buy-a-Foot Campaign continues. We've put an interactive map of donors and the claimed square feet of the hangar here on the website. Please consider a donation!

Restoration Center Interactive Map

Mystery OX-5 Homebuilt Airplane

Posted in News | October 31, 2009

The first registered AntiqueAirfield.com user to correctly identify (with correct spelling) the pictured OX-5 powered homebuilt, will win a set of AAA-APM "Chief Pilot" wings from the 2009 AAA/APM Invitational Fly-in. The pictured aircraft is currently undergoing restoration on the west coast and we look forward to seeing it back in the air in the not to0 distant future. Send your answers to Brent Taylor at AntiqueAirfield@sirisonline.com.

Chief Pilot Wings

Ross Johnson's Colonial Skimmer

Posted in Members | October 31, 2009

Ross Johnson sent us some great photos of his 1958 Colonial Skimmer, the predecessor to the Lake Amphibian. Ross is considering joining the AAA - hope he does! (Although I do have to question his sanity to have polished a seaplane! -Russell)

October Florida Antique Biplane Association and Florida Cub Flyer's Newsletters

Posted in Chapter News | October 29, 2009

Here are Florida chapter newsletters for October 2009:

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