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This is, um, interesting...

http://youtu.be/cnSLzVOPdc8


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The only way to describe that is: Transgender.


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I just threw up in my mouth a little

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C'mon, everyone is complaining about insurance rates going up, and older pilots not being able to get insurance.

Here is your answer! Ask your friendly insurance provider today if they will cover you in the super land-o-matic.


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Those boys in Birmingham with the six wing concept just found their gear engineer.


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The term for this airplane is ‘non-binary.’ A Tri-Pacer that is converted to tail wheel would be ‘transgender.’

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The only way to describe that is: Transgender.


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Adds a new aspect to wheel landings. A little extra drag, probably faster to drive to where you want to go. I am sure Knots2U is working on a speed fairing for this one


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With a F 337 (MAJOR REPAIR & ALTERATION) ?


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I suspect that they did that just for the photo op on the ground, and that it never flew like that.


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The only way to describe that is: Transgender.


"Non-binary" "Transgender"

Hmmm. Then would combining a Cessna with a Piper be considered interracial.?

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What they did here would be really easy to do during the tail wheel conversion. Looks like they had fun doing it.


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it cracked me up. There are some ground control issues.....but lets not get into that.

Interesting conversion, going from land o matic to tail wheel.

Rgs,

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Hmmm. Then would combining a Cessna with a Piper be considered interracial.?


Is combining a Cessna and a Beechcraft considered incest?


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I guess you could always just learn how to fly a tail dragger. I think there are a few people around who still manage to fly conventional gear planes.

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