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E2 Taylorcraft and Tom Davis

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Former Owner and Admin
Dec 27, 2004
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When I started in aviation, I was a mechanic for the original Piedmont Airlines in Winston-Salem NC. The founder of that airline was Tom Davis. He learned how to fly in a E2 Taylorcraft. I remember that airplane well, it was kept in the hangar behind the FBO and flown by Toms grandson. The airspeed indicator was simply a scale mounted on the lift strut and the wind pushed a needle back.

It now lives at the Sun-nFun Museum.

Here are some pictures I found on the web of the E2 that He owned.


Taylor E-2 Cub.JPG



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