The Mighty Howard 500 was a conversion from a Lockheed twin that makes a ramp presence like very few airplanes today. If you were to see a Howard 500 on a ramp full of Challengers, Gulfstreams and Falcons... which do you think YOU would be drawn to? Watch the video above and tell me you wouldn't skip the others and walk around the Howard! Thanks to collector Toni Phillippi in Minnesota there are now two preserved Howard 500's in flying condition. I first saw the Howard 500 at Oshkosh and walked by it several times a day for the week that I was there. The powerful twin just draws you in. If I were assembling a dream fleet of airplanes for my personal collection, A Howard 500 would be my traveling machine! The video above shows that Mr. Phillippi flies his Howard's all over the country and even went to great lengths to return one from Europe to the United States.
When a unique airplane comes up for sale and deserves a good home... I just have to spread the word... Dan
1977 Great Lakes 2T-1A-2 offered for sale. The Great Lakes is a
wonderful biplane and is a very capable entry
into moderate level aerobatics, that is also fun to fly low and slow
with the wind on your face. It will do everything a Stearman does, but
fits in a t-hangar and only burns 10gph. It can easily be rolled in and
out of the hangar with one person. This
offering is N3823F, serial number 791, aircraft total time approx.
2050hr, annual Inspection May 2013, Engine-Lyc. AEIO-360-B1G6, approx.
40hrs SMOH by Buldoc 2009, Prop-Hartzell
HC-C2YK-4F, Overhauled by Maxwell 2009, Factory new in 2000.
disassembled and restored in 2009-2010. Reassembled with all new
hardware. Fuselage completely stripped, inspected, and refinished. Wings
inspected, replaced one wood spar (small end crack). All fabric
replaced with Ceconite.…
I first remember seeing the Legend Airways DC-3 at Oshkosh many years back. I was able to peak inside and I took a full photo walk around.It was a beauty! On a recent cruise of the Aerometal International web site I found a listing of N25641 for sale. Hopefully she will find a new owner! See the listing below.
LEGEND AIRWAYS” – S/N:9059 – 1943 A spectacular corporate aircraft. This aircraft has not flown in a little over 6 years. The current owner is “considering” selling her as is. She has been hangared and has not deteriorated significantly since the images (of her in flight) were taken in 2010. The following images of her in the hangar were taken in 2015. This aircraft is another remarkable example. She under went a multi million dollar overhaul with Basler turbo Conversions in 2006. Her corporate cabin interior is nothing short of spectacular, a unique 14 seat configuration with lavatory and galley. R-1830-94 power and an FAA approved Flight Manual supporting operation at 26,900lbs a…