Passion yes, but this reminds me of a qoute from Dream Car Garage. Do you need it, No...... Do you want it....Yes, two please
1965 Pontiac Lemans Conv. The car had a 326 cu inch engine and powerglide tranmission. Not a screamer but a fun car all the same.
1969 427 Corvette Roadster, Yellow with black gut and top. Funnnnnnnnnn
Oh many of these, GT40, 32 highboy, 67 Corvette roadster, 69 Shelby, 356 speedster, and the list can go on. Just like cars
American Chevelle Enthusiats Society
National Street Machine Club
Austin Healey Club of America
I started flying in my teens like a lot of us did. I bought my first plane a T-6 Texan for $1200 dollars before I bought a car. Dad's permission of course. After seeing the plane the first time and starting it up for him I know he had second thoughts. It was cool and a hand full but I did not keep it long due to the fuel costs even at 25 cents a gallon. I was a teenager then. Not long after I did my jet flying with the Air Force during the Vietnam years. This was in Charlie 141 alpha cargo plans which I don't believe it ever got the credit they deserved. All and all it was a very interesting flying career. When military duties where over I went back to the simple basic airplane to enjoy flying again.
I rebuilt several but my favorite was the 46 Luscombe. It was a basic stick and rudder with no electric (hand proping) and 65hp powerplant. Had a great time with that plane with my other pilot friends always in contest such as toilet paper cutting, flour bag precesion bombing, dog fights, cow chasing and so on. I don't own any planes these days but I will add a couple of pic's in my profile. Enjoy
Single engine land
— Profile last updated: Nov 21, 2012