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Nice, looks like it pulls well :-)
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Sounds great!
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Whats the puff of blue smoke on you initial decel from?
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Whats the puff of blue smoke on you initial decel from?
Not sure. Thoughts? AFR at that point was 13.0
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Playing with both of these this morning.

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cs?
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cs?
Yes it is a Challenge Stradale. Those are just a spare set of track wheels/tires in track black. That does minimize the signature CS look a bit in that photo.

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Yes it is a Challenge Stradale. Those are just a spare set of track wheels/tires in track black. That does minimize the signature CS look a bit in that photo.
One of my favorite modern Ferraris... I hope to own one eventually.
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One of my favorite modern Ferraris... I hope to own one eventually.
Thank you. They are a treat. I have been enjoying this one for four + years and it still reminds me that I am very much alive every-time I hit the start button.
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Thank you. They are a treat. I have been enjoying this one for four + years and it still reminds me that I am very much alive every-time I hit the start button.
Yes, they do remind you of that with every blip of the throttle.. great cars.
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What is that? Looks like a newer Mooney...

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What is that? Looks like a newer Mooney...


Bellanca. My dad had one but it wasn't a Turbo. Here I was with him in 78
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I knew I knew the plane but couldn't place the make. those were hot little planes and quite fast IIRC. Just keep an eye on those wing spars.
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I've flown one back in the late 80's with my father. Not sure if it was NA or turbo.
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Me @ 17 flying right seat in a C402 running UPS next day air flights with my father.

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Paul still wears shorts/Daisey Dukes like that . . . when he wears anything, that is!!!

PS - I shed a tear that someone deemed my extremely mild, talking sheep/Paul pic to be too offensive for this thread and disappeared that thar masterpiece into internet oblivion - whoda think it !!!

PSS - really cool picture, Brendon!

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PSS - really cool picture, Brendon!

Thanks. I got to do some really cool **** when I was younger. My father could fly the wings off a plane. I got into wheeled vehicles.


I guess the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

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