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  • Robert Lees
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    Well it's quite a story! And a nice pair of photos, the "Then" and "Now" in the "Page 2" that Marty refers to, and the text on page 3.

    Rob

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  • tyler
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    Small world. Ya we tracked it down when we were in the market but they weren't selling. Pretty cool that she's still flying

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  • M Towsley
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    Page 2 of the link below.

    http://mofts.org/assets/ready-room-may-2014.pdf

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  • N96337
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    Welcome and congrats!
    John

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  • Hank Jarrett
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    96661 is still in the MUSEUM OF FLIGHT in Hixson Tn.
    Hank

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  • tyler
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    Picture in 1991 my father taking me up in my grandfathers Taylorcraft when I was five.
    My grandfather had a grass strip on the farm. Eventually we will be flying the new one from same strip.
    Attached Files

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  • TimHicks
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    Welcome aboard Tyler
    Great history. You're a lifer.

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  • tyler
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    1946 bc12d

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  • Robert Lees
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    Welcome, Tyler!

    You'll find a wealth of information here. What model is 41U?

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  • tyler
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    N3742u

    This website is great! Tons of information and great people.
    New member and co owner of taylorcraft n3742u from Iowa.
    My first plane I rode in was my grandfathers taylorcraft.
    My grandfather owned taylorcraft n96661 for 15 years but sold it in 91.
    My father has private pilot license and I'm hoping to get my ticket mostly using this plane.
    Tyler
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