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Old 03-28-2018, 04:52 PM
Dustyone Dustyone is offline
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Default RV-20 Twin :)

So I landed at sunset and had to refuel, snapped a couple of shots. Next day Google Photo AI sent me this,

Original Photos

Ashley Miller
RV-10 #40597
Airflow Systems Air-Con
VH-XTE 800hrs +
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Old 03-28-2018, 05:48 PM
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Default RV-9

Al Girard, Newport, RI
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Old 03-28-2018, 06:14 PM
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RV-4 - 0-320 (160HP)
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Old 04-07-2018, 10:41 PM
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Default Sunrise at E80, Belen NM


N174RT (RV-7A) first flight 5/31/11, 1890hrs as of Sept 2021:
Tip-up, Lycon IO-360 EXP, WW 74HRT, AFS 5600T, AF-Pilot, IFD440, SL-30, echoUAT, D100 for backup, CQ1 headsets, CMW E-Lift

Our other riveted aluminum monocoque RV is a 2012 25' Eddie Bauer Airstream

Past aluminum monocoque vehicles:
N601RT (CH601HDS) First flight 5/03, 1550hrs after flying 8 years: 912ULS, GNS430W, SL-30, D10A Sold
1995 Midnight Pearl NSX w/BBSC Sold

EAA Chapter 105 board member 2010->2015
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Old 04-08-2018, 05:00 PM
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My wife had this made for my 50th birthday. She put it on the wall in our living room!!!

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Old 04-14-2018, 07:16 PM
Tram Tram is offline
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Old 04-15-2018, 05:05 AM
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Bob Martin Bob Martin is offline
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Default Grass

Nice pic of the beautiful plane....
Looks like it is sitting on AstroTurf....
Bob Martin
RV-6, 0-360 Hartzell C/S, Tip up, 1200+TT
James extended cowl/plenum, induction, -8VS and Rudder. TSFlightline hoses. Oregon Aero leather seats.
D100-KMD150-660-TT ADI2- AS air/oil seperator. Vetterman exhaust with turndown tips.
Louisa, Virginia KLKU N94TB
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Old 04-15-2018, 05:48 AM
Tram Tram is offline
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Originally Posted by Bob Martin View Post
Nice pic of the beautiful plane....
Looks like it is sitting on AstroTurf....
Thanks. That's Moontown, Alabama. Great strip..
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Old 04-15-2018, 10:47 AM
mbauer mbauer is offline
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Default Topping Off With Fuel - Work Horse DC-4

Topping off my RV-6 for a local flight. 4-14-2018. Pulled up to the pump and guess what was also fueling for a flight?

Actually it was taking on a load of Jet-A to fly out to Western Alaska.

There are two of these stationed here in Kenai, also a couple of C-46 Commandos. Still trying to get a photo with the C-46 and one of the Air Force C-17's or C-130's that do instrument approaches here in Kenai.

Really awesome to be driving into Kenai from the North road and see a C-46 on final with a C-130 turning base. Talk about heritage flights....

Anyway-where I work both the C-46 and DC-4 overfly my location, work stops and Mike stares out the window. Great sounds!

BTW-One of the C-46 drivers built a beautiful RV-6A that he keeps parked near the C-46.

Best regards,
Mike Bauer
Mike Bauer
N999SN 1998 Syd Nelson RV-6 (purchased 2017)
UTC -09:00 Alaska

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Old 04-16-2018, 10:16 AM
Maverick 4003 Maverick 4003 is offline
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Default Alaska workhorse

On ground there, back a few, watched tanker ship w/ high water line being loaded via a long 100 yd.+ dock, (w forklifts, etc.). Stumbled across it thru the trees by accident, rural area. Clear day, could see the Aleutians on the horizon.
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