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28 Nov 2022 09:07 #1 by Matt Gunsch
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They are still around, there are several small flight schools on the field where Coupe Corner is located,

A&P, IA, PPSEL
too many years GA and Warbird Maint
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25 Nov 2022 21:30 #2 by Joe Perkel
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Nicely done very professional! Everybody is so young! Whatever happened to the Mom and Pop rental FBO? Everything now is either a pilot factory or super jet center!

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25 Nov 2022 19:02 #3 by Matt Gunsch
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I used mine to carry a cameraman to shoot some air to air of a Piper Archer III for the flight school I work for. I flew the Archer as no one except me knew how to fly formation.

We had a go pro mounted under the right wing and one under the tail, plus the hand held video camera.

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25 Nov 2022 12:54 #4 by Joe Perkel
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I thought that I might share something a little different than the typical "back of the head" cockpit video with my fellow "Coupe" owners (link below). When I fly I'm so busy watching out, monitoring everything and looking for potential places to land that sightseeing tends to take a back seat. Mounting multiple external cameras for post flight analysis and enjoyment is a real kick! On this mission the little plane managed a "Selfie!"

Joe
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