Elegant, the Cessna 195 is just flat out elegant.
The Panel isn’t exactly original, but it is straightforward and well equipped.
From Georgia to Florida and back again, this patriotic RV waves the flag where ever it goes.
While not available for Young Eagle flights, a corporate jet is still an inspiration to young potential aviators.
Now where is that dome light switch?
Jerry Cornwell, of McAlpin, Florida, is well- equipped for getting around the fly-in grounds without wearing out the shoe leather.
Allan Watkins (L) and Mike Janinne (R) inspect a Mazda rotary engine installation.
With the cowl on, the rotary-powered RVs are indistinguishable from the more traditionally-powered models.
Every RV on the line was worthy of inspection and admiration by visitors to the type-specific fly in.
Thousands of RVs have been built and flown, but no two are exactly the same.
The tandem RVs can easily be described as sleek, as this example shows.
Ex-astronaut Harbaugh talks shop with classic biplane owner, Bob Lock.
With space for four up front, the New Standard was the wide-body airliner of its day.
The panel is a long way from being EFIS, but it does the job.
Sun ‘n Fun vice president Greg Harbaugh opens the fly in with a few comments and a warm welcome for visitors.