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    Beautiful shots of the C140!
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    Very good Sir! As usual, fantastic combination of plane and sceneries!

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    Ooh! She purdy! And such nice liveries too. Thanks for sharing that. -- Bob

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    A whole story that plane it seems!
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    This is great news!

    Back in the day - wa-a-a-y back ('62) - I took my Commercial training in 140's at a flight school in Ardmore, OK. We were all so young and cocky, and did fun things like drag the runway with only the tail wheel on the ground. Did my long x-ctry Ardmore to Waco, TX, during which the left leading edge screws came loose and I made a not very "emergency" landing at Dallas Love Field. A good mechanic with the right tools and I was on my way in less than half an hour. I actually finished the run with the return to ADM ahead of the "partner" who left at the same time: for some reason he liked to be low-level - claimed he could match the route to the chart flight plan better - but I liked 6500 feet and got good winds. That area is known as Tornado Alley (see the recent Texas flooding for proof) and we arrived at home base only about 40 minutes of a beauty. Good day all around: long solo flight, mechanical problem solved, good flight planning and beat the bad weather. Nothing quite like being 21, 10 feet tall and bullet proof, eh?

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    Hey "Flexable"! We all felt that way at age 20!! I'm always surprised so many of us ever got to 30!!!


    And Adam, that's another wonderful piece of "Eye Candy!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rupert View Post
    always surprised so many of us ever got to 30!!!
    Bizarre as people who have lived a lot share the same views. When looking back -- not too much -- I always think that, should had I not leave for Africa, maybe I would have been dead since long, of staying among university intellectuals!
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    This is a beautiful set of shots of a glorious aircraft. I was never fortunate enough to fly one of these but still remember there was a derelict metal 140 at the local flying club (in excellent shape). As a kid I spent hours sitting in its cockpit playing with the controls, daydreaming I was flying it. Well done Adam.

    Best wishes.

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    A fine series of pics. of the Cessna liveries Adam. The Orbx scenery looks great as always.
    Larry

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