We apologize for the small number of classic shots
presented here, but that'll change over the next few months. As
the owners of a Cessna 140A, we're partial to the breed, but we
were late getting the slides sorted out and scanned. Getting slides
scanned and prepped for the site turned out to be an enormous
task (over 300 are on the site right now), but we're getting better
at it, so hang in there with us and keep coming back to see what
Classic Formation in Prescott, AZ at Tailwheels and
More (flight school). Our Desert Dog is the last one in the stack.
Putting the bum in AirBum or the a-- in classic
The unknown Ercoupe Pilot. Look closely at the
pilot in the right seat who is doing the formation flying. Carl
Pascarell lost the flip when deciding who was going to fly a 195
Cessna or the Ercoupe in a two-ship shot. He formed up under the
camera ship and when I called him into formation, I fired off
a dozen shots before I realized he'd carried his desire not to
be seen flying an Ercoupe to new hieghts.
85 hp Swifts are super rare as most of them have been
modified to larger engines. Mark Holiday flew this one and used
to do a terrific airshow in it.
Myers 145 J-3 Cubs
Tailwheels and More, Inc.
These are part of the training fleet at Tailwheels
and More in Prescott, Arizona. They are our favorite tailwheel
trasition outfit anda bunch of fun troops. Theyhave a barbeque
the last Saturday of each month during the summer. They refer
to themselves as "Tailwheel Trash" which is a high accolade
in our book. Look them up on the web.
Cessna 140/120 Piper J-5,