Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Very Nice!


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  1. It's a baby lockheeed electra!

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  2. some day I'll have a fast computer and know how to spell lockheed.....but don't wait for it.

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    1. I have the same problem, HMS. My brain works faster than my fingers and in many cases "spell check" is useless. I can blame my miss-spells on age, however.

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    2. Lockheed is capitalized. *hehehe, sorry, couldn't help myself*

      Ok I feel bad. You get the first ride in the float plane whenever I get my hands on one.

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    3. It was originally spelled Loughead. You can understand why it was changed.

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    4. Interestingly, I work with someone whose last name is spelled the original way, but pronounced "Lockheed."

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  3. Round engines, what's not to love. Sweet picture.

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  4. Cessna 195 with the Jacobs (aka shaky Jake) radial engine. A rare Cessna, I've only seen one in the flesh.

    Al_in_Ottawa

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  5. That is a Currier's Flying Service Cessna 195, Moosehead Lake, Greenville, Maine.
    https://curriersflyingservice.com/

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  6. i gotta check and see if there is an stc to hang an R-985 on that airframe.

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