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November 6, 2009
Max Shoots The Albatross
Max Haynes does it again with a beautiful photo essay of a Grumman Albatross. If you are a fan of the Grumman seaplanes this is a must see! The paint scheme is one of the slickest schemes I have ever seen applied to a seaplane. The inside looks like a yacht. How would you like one of these to fly around the world in?
See the photo essay here.
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EAA Video of Monocoupe 110 Special
Monocoupes really are a special breed of airplane. The Clipwing was the "hot rod" of the skies back in the 1930s. Today they are a...
Back in 2003 my dad and I flew the 170 up to Bartlesville, OK for the annual fly-in. The weather was great and it was a nice flight. Cle...
Great footage of vintage airplanes flying over Hood River, Oregon.
WOW! Stunning airplane and excellent photography. I also loved the photos of the Hamilton. I put your blog on the blog-list on my blog. I hope lots of folks see what you've got here.
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