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Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer (N6020D) - The prevailing west wind was vicious today.  This oldster was en route to home station in Sweetwater, Texas but I am betting that he will have to stop again before arrival.
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Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer (N6020D)

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The prevailing west wind was vicious today. This oldster was en route to home station in Sweetwater, Texas but I am betting that he will have to stop again before arrival.

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cliff731
It appears Flight Aware is wanting to associate this airplane's registration with a Cessna 172... but it is a Piper Tri-Pacer (PA-22-150) made in 1956. I had my first airplane ride in a Tri-Pacer at an airport airshow and open house... at the rate of 1¢ per pound... yes, one copper penny. I still recall the scales we had to stand on.
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