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Old 04-11-2018, 09:06 AM
JimRice JimRice is offline
 
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Location: Collierville, TN
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My son and I (both former military pilots) used Kent Gordon outside of Atlanta. He had a RV6 we used for the checkout and it was a great experience. I have his contact info if you need it. Just PM me.
I second Kent. Was fortunate enough to meet Kent and talk RVs when he delivered my brother's Pitts. We discussed RV-6 checkouts specifically compared to the RV-4 which I own.
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1994 RV-4 N4WJ (Purchased/Flying)
1946 J-3 Cub N7155H (Restored/Flying)
1946 Globe Swift N3368K (Purchased Restored/Flying SOLD)
1987 Starduster Too SA-300 (Purchased/Flying/SOLD)
1994 V6STOL (Built w/dad/SOLD)

US Army Retired (still working to pay for flying)

When my ship comes in, I'll probably be at the airport.
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Old 04-14-2018, 05:42 PM
Tram Tram is offline
 
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I'm a CFI out of KMSL with a decent amount of RV-6 time, but my aircraft isn't available for instruction.
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