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Thread: Sundowner 65503 as seen from the back seat of "Old Crow"

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    Sundowner 65503 as seen from the back seat of "Old Crow"

    http://www.facebook.com/video/video....ideo_processed

    you'll have to copy-and-paste to your browser---I'm not sure how to make it a clickable link.

    The video was shot from Jim Hagedorn's (formerly Jack Roush's) P-51 "Old Crow" on June 28. I was helping out at an "Aviation Careers" camp for kids 12 to 15, and giving kids rides in the Sundowner. Jim Hagedorn brought in the P-51 and his Citation jet and half the kids got rides in the P-51, the other half got rides in the Citation. One of the lucky kids who got a ride in the P-51 shot this video as they blasted past me.
    Larry Perry
    '83 Sundowner N65503 @ KVSF

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    That was pretty COOL!
    Marty Vanover
    Oro Valley, Az.
    Sierra N65128

    Where "Sandy Beech" has landed.

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    Hey Larry. I didn't know you could fly your Sundowner backwards! LOL!
    Mike Nielsen
    McCook, NE
    Sierra N9164S

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    wojek
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    very good photography ; the young person should be complimented .

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    LOL - had to do a doubletake on that tail number...


    Regards,
    Scott
    N63503 - 1982 Beech Sundowner
    Tin Mouse
    The Office

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    So that's what it looks like when I am intercepted in a TFR.
    Did you know they were coming up? Or did they surprise you?


    Steve Cote
    BAC Founding Member
    Sundowner N-1958L

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    That was great, thanks for sharing.

    And Thanks for spending your time and resources with the youth, its people like you and others that will make a difference in their lives for the good.

    Thank you,
    Tim Vangundy
    Camby, Indiana
    Gordon Graham Field, 2R2
    1978 Sundowner
    N18977

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    Steve,

    I called the Old Crow pilot and asked for a "fly-by"

    He gave me position reports and told me exactly what he was going to do --- none of it was a surprise. He did the same on the next two take-offs.

    All pretty cool.

    Larry
    Larry Perry
    '83 Sundowner N65503 @ KVSF

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