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N2381

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Pic taken cica 2005-06

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sam kuminecz
looks like 1968...late 1950s C172 (straight tail), 1958 PA24 Commanche 250 (1963?), and a 1967 Mooney M20E in the background (early 1960s)
and N2381 is a 1938 Luscombe 8A
skyhawkrgPhoto Uploader
Sam;
Thanks for the rundown of aircraft make & model, I am weak on that.
BTW, I believe the orange Cessna is a 150 or 152; See the photo I posted at http://flightaware.com/photos/view/445351-09ea1c660566e3c3a7465a81a53a27bdf9c24eda/user/skyhawkrg/sort/votes/page/1
This was posted at the same time. Also, while I don't remember the exact date the pics were taken, they were taken soon after we moved to Frederick in 2006
jim gevay
That can't be a Cessna 152 as they had swept tails, but it could be an early straight tail 150. The Piper in the middle is an Arrow with the straight Hershey bar wings, the Comanche has tapered wings.
sam kuminecz
Jim, I thought early Cherokees had Hershey bar wings...taper started with arrow and warrior...could be mistaken...friend has a 65 Cherokee 140 and it's got the straight wing
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