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The day has finally come for my 1979 172N to transition into the new era. The ADS-B mandate was the catalyst, but the offerings were too good to pass up. So it's time to say goodbye to the King stack and bring in the Garmin touchscreens. I'll eventually replace the 6-pack with the G500 as well, which ...
I have an eratic fuel sender on the left fuel tank of my 1999 182S.the gauge will swing full deflection weather the tank is full or not.this happens often but will read correctly most of the time.When the gauge swings to empty, I will get a low fuel annunceator light even though I know that the tank is ...
Hello everyone! I love all Cessnas from the 150 on up to the Citation. Awesome aircraft, one and all. But my big soft spot in the heart is with flying piston twin Cessnas. I have previous time in the Cessna 310 and the 402. My dream airplane to own is a Cessna 421. I am just getting back into ...
Love Cessnas. Back in a 150 now after 20 + years. Rust isnt even close to the word I would use! 310 and 340 were my fav :)
150s and 152s bring back great memories of learning to fly. I loved those aircraft
I got my multi ATP in a 310. You are on for that burger :)
Can anyone put me in contact with a Cardinal owner in South Texas? Considering purchasing one based on Internet research, but have never actually seen one. Would like to see one up close before I get serious about pursuing ownership. Thanks