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Mike Brown's Tiger Cat out of Eagles Nest?
Looks like John Session's. On display at the same Everett, WA airport as Boeing's 747 final assembly plant.

KPAE, Paine Field.

The mechanic who maintained my little airplane for several years is now maintaining Session's fleet.
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Looks like John Session's. On display at the same Everett, WA airport as Boeing's 747 final assembly plant.

KPAE, Paine Field.

The mechanic who maintained my little airplane for several years is now maintaining Session's fleet.
http://http://www.historicflight.org/


Thanks for the info on that. Yeah, Everett WA is an impressive facility I highly recommend anyone who can, visit. The size of the facility is mind boggling.

There are so few Tigers flying, in sure the small group all know each other. Only a select can afford such an example.

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New inventory in a friend's shop. For a 430, I would expect the drivers side mirror and rear tail light assembly not to feel like it wobbles like something off of a 30 year old Ford. It's still cool though...












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