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Post by inverted »

So.... you've just won the euromillions......what would you buy ?

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R44, and CPL(H)

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Ooh decisions decisions!

EC135 to get me to and from a Piper Meridian or Cessna Grand Caravan.

I reckon a citabria for kicking about on a Sunday would be nice too.

....I am being greedy??
Another broken undercarriage........

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An MD500E and an Extra 300L would tickle my fancy :D

I just wish......
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NG4!! 8)

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Donal,
I know a man who could do you a cheap R44..........

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A Yellow 1 ? ?

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Post by OSCAR BRAVO »

id buy a Piper Saratoga and an Agusta A-109E.

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Ex-RAF Jaguar...and a Piper SportCub http://www.cubcrafters.com/supersportcub/video.aspx :P

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Post by cubpilot »

i would add a beech 18 kitted out with a vip cabin and retrofitted with turbo props to the fleet, and maybe for a little fun an english electric lightning.

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MXS anytime

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIFC2XyuYTk

Turbine 210 for going somewhere

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Post by captain slow »

Euromillions eh?

well i think for going places a piaggio P180 or one of the newer citations or the premier 2A when its comes out or a................

For larking about an aviat husky or one of the super cubs listed above. !180 horses in 600kg makes for some performance.

And a heli prob the r44 in one of its later incarnations.

And while im at it 100 acres for the 2000m tarmac lighted runway plus hangers and fuel storage and a parallel grass runway for the cub.

And a few hundred grand to persuade the IAA to allow a waas gps approach down to 200ft minimums at my airfield

........................................i havent thought about this much honestly!!!!!!!!!

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Post by Glenn »

For me it has to be the one and only pitts special.

It would have to be the s2 so u can bring a passenger along as well, maybe to scare them maybe not.

Just have to learn aerobatics 1st and win the lotto or start saving now.

Something to work towards though.

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I think the plank would have to be a Spitfire and the Heli an EC145.....AHH roll on Friday night....
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A house with an airfield and a hangar. As for what kind of plane, I'd be happy with a trusty Cessna 4-seater (anything more exciting and I'd probably kill myself in short order). Maybe a brand-new 172S.

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