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    Detailing Info

    Hi Mike
    Welcome to the Baby Beech Family.
    Don't apologize for being "green". We have all been there at one time (and some of us can still make ourselves green on a bumpy day!!). If you have not already started flying her (even if you have), find an instructor who is very familiar with Musketeers. All airplanes fly exactly the same...unless they are different. Actually, the differences seem more subtle the more experience you have; in other words, they seem major when you are new.
    The Musketeer line demands to be flown precisely and "on the numbers". Once you know that you can't flare at 70 mph (knows falls out) or at 90 mph (you will float right off the other end of the runway) you learn what sweet ships they are.
    Keep in touch with this site and our type club (Beech Aero Club www.beechaeroclub.org) and you will find a bottomless reservoir of knowledge and comraderie.
    Steve Cote
    N1958L

    BTW: Mike, you and your partners are cordially invited to come on up to our Beech Fly-In at Westfield MA (BAF) on 5/21. Meet some other Mouse owners and have a good time.


    >From: aikey55 <aikey55@yahoo.com>
    >Date: Tue May 03 12:16:53 CDT 2005
    >To: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    >Subject: [musketeermail] Detailing Info

    >Hello all!
    >
    >I'm a very green student pilot and I have just purchased a 1/4 of a
    >1963 Beech 23 Musketeer. It has probably been kept outside all of its
    >life and needs some TLC on the exterior.
    >
    >I was wondering what for advice you can give me after I wash it such
    >as type of wax to use, etc. Is automotive wax okay to use on it?
    >
    >Thank you very much, this group looks like an excellent source of
    >information and I'm sure I'll be continuing to seek your advice in the
    >future.
    >
    >Dan Aikey
    >York, PA
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    >Join BAC today and be a part of the ONLY Type Club for the Musketeer series!
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    >www.beechaeroclub.org
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    Detailing Info

    Hi Dan & welcome,

    You may not know, but our esteemed Prez of BAC (by many anyway <g>)
    is a 63 driver & I have one.

    Pledge is good stuff.

    Jon 63

    --- In musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, "aikey55" <aikey55@y...> wrote:
    > Hello all!
    >
    > I'm a very green student pilot and I have just purchased a 1/4 of a
    > 1963 Beech 23 Musketeer. It has probably been kept outside all of its
    > life and needs some TLC on the exterior.
    >
    > I was wondering what for advice you can give me after I wash it such
    > as type of wax to use, etc. Is automotive wax okay to use on it?
    >
    > Thank you very much, this group looks like an excellent source of
    > information and I'm sure I'll be continuing to seek your advice in the
    > future.
    >
    > Dan Aikey
    > York, PA




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