After many years of communicating via email and telephone it was nice to shake Jim Savage's hand and talk Spartan Executives face to face. Jim is the very enthusiastic owner of Executive serial number 17. He invited me to look through the restoration photos and sit in the pilot's seat of his imaculate Executive. It was one of the top highlights from my trip. Hats off to Jim for saving and restoring this ship!
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November 14, 2014
Oshkosh 2014 Highlights - Spartan Executive
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