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Re: 120/140 Photo?

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6643 wrote: Sun Jan 12, 2020 8:04 am Those are all so modern! No photos from a '46, or a 120? ;)
Not to worry John. I sent him quite an "original" looking '46 120 panel photo, complete with paint flaking off.
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Re: 120/140 Photo?

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6643 wrote: Sun Jan 12, 2020 8:04 am Those are all so modern! No photos from a '46, or a 120? ;)
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1972 Bellanca Super Viking and 1946 Cessna 120
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Much better! (I didn't know they had USB in the '40's, though!)
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6643 wrote: Wed Jan 15, 2020 8:42 pm Much better! (I didn't know they had USB in the '40's, though!)
There were some engineers back in the 40s with an extraordinary amount of foresight. :D
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Just saw the article, looks great! Looks like my bird also made the cut (yellow and blue).

Jason does a great job, looking forward to seeing more of his work!
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Re: 120/140 Photo?

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Congratulations! Thanks for letting us know. I used to read Flying Magazine regularly, now not so much.
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Nice write up please keep them coming. If possibly add the Cessna120140.com as a great support group for the aircraft. Thanks
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I'm like a kid on Christmas morning having two shots of my panel in the magazine. One was taken on the best vacation I've ever done when I took her out to Johnson Creek with an "airplane gang" from 6d6. Lowest powered plane by 95hp and she did just fine :)

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