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Old Apr 28, 2010, 10:22 PM
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Chillin till SEFF
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Ditto! Beautiful plane and I was blown away with how willing you were to fly it in any amount of wind. Great job all around. The B36D was a beauty too. I was the guy shoving my flip HD cam in the bomb bay to get footage of the nukes
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Old May 01, 2010, 02:44 PM
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My Avatar is from a T6 ride. One thing I do every year or so is take clients up in AT6's. I can write their flights off as it happens during a huge convention in Orlando. The place that we rent the T6's at is called War Bird Adventures.

Thanks, Damon
I have flown in this very bird on two different occasions in the past when the War Bird Airventures guys came to town. Got my souvenier video and pictures too. Also went up in the little Bell helicopter (like the one on MASH) after the flight and they let the wife go for free with me. It was only a 10 min flight, but her grin lasted for days.

Bruce
Old May 03, 2010, 08:30 PM
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Thanks so much


Damon:
Thanks so much for bringing your aircraft to SEFF. It was a pleasure to watch it float through the air. Best of luck with your other endeavor. I hope to see it fly one day as well.
Old May 04, 2010, 10:51 PM
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Congrats on "Best in Show". I'm glad you were able to finally fly your beautiful plane and also be rewarded for your efforts. Thank you for inspiring others.
Old May 05, 2010, 08:58 AM
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As one who has been to several Oshkosh shows, I must say that your airplane was very close in size to some of the real ultralight airplanes there

The build also appears to have required almost the same amount of work as a full-size airplane. Your model details, flying wires and other hardware were a treat to view on the ground and in the air.

I hope you enjoyed sharing your model at SEFF. It truly stood out among the rest, not only by sheer size, but attention to detail too.

-- ggunners


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