View Poll Results: What is the aircraft you would most like to fly? (you can pick more than one)

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  • P-51 Mustang

    36 67.92%
  • B-17

    13 24.53%
  • Blimp

    3 5.66%
  • Boeing 787

    1 1.89%
  • F-22 Raptor

    7 13.21%
  • Extra 300

    7 13.21%
  • Super Decathlon

    7 13.21%
  • Robinson R66

    0 0%
  • Sikorsky X2

    5 9.43%
  • Cessna Citation Ten

    1 1.89%
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Thread: Your Fly-Before-You-Die Dream Plane

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    Your Fly-Before-You-Die Dream Plane

    Just out of curiosity, I would like to know which of these aircraft do you think you would want to fly the most. I realize that this isn't a great list, so if you don't see one you would really like to fly, just leave a comment and tell me what you would classify as your Fly-Before-I-Die aircraft. The purpose of this poll is just to see how many pilots like certain kinds of aircraft more than others. I have experimental, airliner, warbirds, normal, helicopters, and aerobatic aircraft here. So just please give me some feedback.
    WTTN 16

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    It was a tossup between the X2 and blimp.

    BTW, rotorcraft and lighter than air are not planes

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    I voted for the Decathlon, since I have about 4 hours in a 7EC which was a lot of fun! I'd like to fly in any RV model especially like the -8's and 9's. WTTN 16, I haven't flown into RYV in years always liked the cookies and all the great aircraft based there. I was a member of the Fox River Flyers outa Waukesha (UES) back in the 90's, we did our C-150 annual at Watertown back then.

    Best to All at RYV!
    Joe

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    Mig29F or F-18 please. My Doctor would say no! Too old with suspect ticker.......

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    Glasair III ! That's why I'm building one....

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    Last edited by Seerjfly; 12-31-2011 at 08:11 AM.

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    I've always thought it would be awesome to fly a P-51, but a Corsair would certainly fill the bill too! I love the old WWII piston planes.

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    The Christen Eagle my dad and I built back in the '80's. We sold it after he lost his medical, I was too young to fly it so I never flew it. I tracked it down and plan on buying it back one day Spent the last few months building tailwheel time! Can't wait

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    So many dreams, so little time: Sikorsky S-38 or S-39, Jenny, Travel Air 6000 on floats, Beech Staggerwing, P-40 Warhawk. Gotta go buy a lottery ticket!
    Last edited by Floatsflyer; 12-02-2011 at 08:16 PM.

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    Can anything compare to the sound of a Jug or Corsair at full rpm on takeoff. The Mustang is a great plane but a big radial is something to be experienced.

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