Real WWI planes for an easy $10,000 bucks

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Real WWI planes for an easy $10,000 bucks

Unread post by J5_Wolf » 07 Mar 2012, 19:06

Here Guys,
Thought you'd like to see this. If I were single I would definately tap my 401k for 12,000 bucks and by me a DRI for sure.....

Check it out!

http://www.airdromeaeroplanes.com/
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Unread post by J5_Schneider » 08 Mar 2012, 00:47

Very nice machines. Looks like fun.
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Unread post by J5_Berger » 08 Mar 2012, 02:20

There is a flying group located at the Brampton, ON. airport that flies WW1 aircraft just like this. Some are kit planes from the 1970s (one, an Se5 was used by Leonardo Dicapro in the movie "The Aviator").

Others they are building from scratch to airworthiness status.

I think they have two Se 5s, a Sopwith 1 1/2 strutter, a Fokker DR 1, a Nieuport 28, as well as a Fokker D VII in construction.

One of my goals for my pilot license is to obtain my tail dragger rating and fly those aircraft in the near future.

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Unread post by J5_Wolf » 08 Mar 2012, 03:40

Sweet good luck my friend!
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Unread post by J5_Diesel » 10 Jun 2020, 01:08

Holy! this would be awesome for when I ever star
t my private flying license !!


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