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Sep 20, 2007
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Haven&#039;t flown as PIC in years, I hold a Pvt. lic which I just sent off for a new copy. I have somewhere around 160 hrs. <mostly in C-152 and no tail wheel time, got to see if I can find my old logbook. I will probably be flying as a Sport P. as I do not want to risk a Medical, will soon be 70 and had a stint put in five years ago. I was told by my MD that I have no heart damage but do not want to risk it. I was in the Marine Corps Aviation ( Sgt) and ran the line service of an FBO here in San Antonio some years ago. Retired as a public school teacher three years ago. I quit flying because a divorce in 75 ( took all my money) Will probably be looking for a Cub of some type that meets SLA requirements. I do think I will want some "electrical" though.

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