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Remarks: Original Thielert powered Twin Star.
Remarks: Currently missing its port side engine, with the empty cowl protected by a layer or saran-wrap.
Remarks: Produced in the '40s with a horizontally opposed Franklin engine, this aircraft has since been retrofitted with a Continental W-670 engine, the same powerplant seen on the ubiquitous Stearman. Since the retrofit, this airframe appears to have been stripped of nearly everything else...
Remarks: Was involved in a landing accident in July 2006 when a student pilot ran off the runway and collided with airport signage. Now in a sad state, missing its engine and resting on the tail.
Remarks: Original 1958 base model Cessna Skyhawk. You can really see the similarities between the C172 and C175 in this shot - the non-geared engine makes for a very sloped engine cowl though.
Remarks: As good as it gets...
Remarks: What a great Cinco-de-Mayo surprise! Here at KCCO for engine work.
Remarks: Previously reg'd to C750, Mr. Thomas looking for an upgrade after problems with the C750
Remarks: Overview of Coweta County from FL flt 126 to ATL.
Remarks: Alan Jackson's Jetstar at his hometown airport for a visit, soon after returning to KBNA. Canon 300D - 28-135 L IS USM.
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