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My Past & Present Collections of
Real Toys


 
My newest hobby:
  'Tweety' - Click for larger view! 'Tweety' - Click for larger view!  
"Tweety"
A powered parachute (motorized parachute, PPC) is
a parachute with motor and wheels. The aircraft's airspeed
is typically about 25–35 mph. PPCs operate safely at heights
ranging from a few feet off the ground to altitudes as high as
10,000+ feet. But typical operating heights are between 500 and
1500 feet. Equipped with the standard 5 or 10 gallon fuel tank,
PPCs can typically be flown for about three hours. They have
very short take-off and landing rolls, sometimes less than 100 ft.
PPCs are considered by many to be safer than normal fixed-wing
aircraft because of their inherent stability and stall resistance.
~ From Wikipedia ~
  'Tweety' - Click for larger view! 'Tweety' - Click for larger view!  
^ Click on any of the photos above for a larger view. ^

 



Below you will find a few vehicles that I have owned in the past
a 1988 Mercedes 560 SL and a 2004 Cadillac XLR.

1988 Mercedes 560 SL 2004 Cadillac XLR
1988 Mercedes 560 SL & 2004 Cadillac XLR
1988 Mercedes 560 SL 1988 Mercedes 560 SL
2004 Cadillac XLR 2004 Cadillac XLR

Sunday driving in my XLR.

Click below to view
Click to view The XLR Video!

(Windows Media File)
Please be patient while video loads...it is worth the wait!

 


Please feel free to use the handy drop down index below to navigate through
some of the unique and unusual things we have collected over the years.



Blue Wave

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