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  • #16
    Re: Engine failure in flight in a Cessna 150

    ABSOLUTELY!!! Some of us tease about "Nose Draggers" but most of us also have flown them...or at least have friends who do. Great info that is ALWAYS welcome here.

    Hank

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    • #17
      Re: Engine failure in flight in a Cessna 150

      Completely agree with Hank and Dave. I will try to get this posted on a Cessna forum too. I'm very appreciative of all the help I've received here so far! Bought the 'nose-dragger' ironically to keep me in the air while I restore the Taylorcraft and for training purposes for my younger cousin learning to fly. Unsettling to not know 100% why an engine failed!
      Adam McPeck
      1950 Taylorcraft BC12-D N6627N
      1959 Cessna 150 N7950E
      1948 Beechcraft Bonanza N4578V

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      • #18
        Re: Engine failure in flight in a Cessna 150

        I do go on several forums.

        Haven't found a 150 Forum yet.

        There is a group but I find that unwieldy.

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        • #19
          Re: Engine failure in flight in a Cessna 150

          Originally posted by magman View Post

          Wanted to clarify that as many people think it was a Bleriot!
          That is just preposterous! We thought you designed the Taube!
          Best Regards,
          Mark Julicher

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          • #20
            Re: Engine failure in flight in a Cessna 150

            Originally posted by Mark Julicher View Post
            That is just preposterous! We thought you designed the Taube!
            Mark

            Had to find a new career after the Nina & Pinta Projects.

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