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Former Owner and Admin
Dec 27, 2004
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Hey guys. A new member by the name of avengerXJ posted a questionable topic yesterday. Many members found it to be strange and smacked of a "Homeland Security" risk.

I was hoping someone could help me out here. I am looking to rent a Piper Cub in either the far southeast (Florida, Georgia, South Carolina), or northeast (New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, etc...). However, I need it to meet these requirements:
1. Must be NIGHT certified, as I will be flying it at night.
2. Its weight with full fuel will need to be around 800 pounds or less.
3. It needs to be able to withstand a long journey without question.
I don't care what engine it has or whether or not it has a starter or any of that fancy stuff, just that it meets the requirements above. All rental fees can be paid however the owner prefers.
Thanks in advance...

There may be a good reason for this post, but until I hear a further explanation about these requirements the post has been removed and the user banned from posting.

This is the first time I have had to do this, but we are growing and I am so happy that our members are vigilant and willing to email me when something like this happens.

Thanks to all of you for protecting our site!


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