Month: February 2004

A Bum Steer

You know your trusty steed is getting old when a team of factory-trained mechanics at the local dealership spends an hour troubleshooting the power steering system (“we couldn’t figure out why it wasn’t working”). I should note that the car doesn’t have power steering. You see, my ’93 Eclipse has the dubious distinction of being the oldest vehicle they see… Read more →

Skylane for Sale

1975 Cessna 182P N6594M “Tweety Bird” $92,000 N6594M has been SOLD!       Additional photos available here. 3000 hours total time 1150 hours SFRM on the factory reman engine (1993) 50 hours since prop overhaul (2003) 100 hours since mags were overhauled (2003) Equipment: heated pitot static wicks alternate static air Cessna umbrella fuel caps Rosen sun visors nav light… Read more →

Saying Goodbye To An Old Friend

After much consideration, I have decided to put my aircraft up for sale. Not because I have to get rid of it (though aircraft are certainly not cheap to own!), but because I have put more than eight hundred hours on her and I’m ready for a new adventure. I’d like to pursue CFI, -II, and MEI certificates. Learn to… Read more →


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