Are you sending out a batch email asking people to restart the chapter, go to the meeting or what exactly? If it is to go to the meeting for whatever reason, could you word it so that they let me know who or really how many people are coming? Thanks, John
BTW I figured out why I had so many messages stored, they still count if they are in the trash....
Hi John.....hope all is well.
Got a quick question......I am thinking of donating my Radial Powered Avromania Gyro to the PRA museum. Do I get a tax write- off for this donation? How does it work? Just checking into some options.
I'd like to try to organise some balancing education and training at Bensen days 2018. I have developed a number of options. Do you want to organise this through PRA or should I go direct to the organisers of Bensen days?
my email is [email protected], maybe easier than pm thro the RWF.
I did as you said, I came looking for the guy in the Greek fisherman's cap and found you (really busy at a desk) in the PRA office working on a computer. I did not want to disturb you in your efforts, but the lady at the desk kept razzing you....LOL. According to her, you are a leprechaun...I do not see the resemblance though.
did attend your seminar on what reasons and situations for selecting a gyro. Sorry you had such a hard time getting started. I work in the computer field, but there were enough guys up there handling things that I did not think one more would help much. I did enjoy the museum on the field.
Thank you for responding to my post concerning Jim Fields. From all that I have read and heard, I agree with you on the CLT issue. I was interested in seeing how his G2 was doing. I have not seen any photos or vids of it being flown by any of it's customers. Can you tell me what was the cause for the accident; pilot error or mechanical failure? And if mechanical, what was it? Thanks.
It is a complete PitBull with zero time MZ-202. It also has what looks like new SportCopter blades. It's has a hydraulic pre-rotator the owner said spins her up to 200 RRPM's.
We added up the replacement cost of the parts and would cost us over $22,000 to $25,000 to build it with these parts.
So the short anwser is yes it's is $9,000 Plus what it cost us to ship it down form Alaska $5,652.00 = $14,652.00 or BEST OFFER. We can also deliver her in the states for about the cost of fuel and meals.
The club may also take payments = installment sale we have sold a Hollman this way as our main goal is to get gyro's and people in the air.
We hope someone will get her flying. If not the club will.
John I need an email address to send you pictures of my rotorhead I can't figure out how to do it in a PM.
I don't really understand why the pictures are needed. All air command rotor heads are the same.
Well I was looking forward to meeting you so that sucks. But yes, I never got much time off... because if I could not find a volunteer to get it done I had to step up and do it myself. I'm suppose to be back up but without Stan this year it was much harder to get volunteers.