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N86609 — - leaving the tavares seaplane base. taken with iphone 7. 1946 Grumman G44A
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leaving the tavares seaplane base. taken with iphone 7. 1946 Grumman G44A

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John Rumble
Tavares Seaplane Base FA1 Rebuilding after Irma tore the crap out of it . All planes were re-positioned and Jones Brothers is open for business. The fuel system is being repaired and Avgas will be available soon
Art Murray
Nice pic - and with an iPhone!

I assume those are not the original engines...?
roland pfeifer
Good looking flying boat.
alan mistrater
Somebody spent the $$$,$$$,$$$,$$$,$$$,$$$ to convert a 1946 Goose to turbines? OMG Never ceases to amaze me.
Anyone got a good guess on what that costs??
rmhough
It's not a Goose. It's a Widgeon. It doesn't have turbines, it has Continental IO-470 Piston engines.
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