Ladies, I’ve been challenged to create a Ladies Love Taildraggers logo and I need your help!! Â They tell me we need to do a little promoting, maybe a few t-shirts & some flyers but to get there we need a logo. Â I’ve got some ideas but would love to hear yours. Â One thing that’s pretty certain is we’ll have a taildraggin’ airplane in it and that means we need to pick ONE taildragger. Â Oh, that’s going to be a problem. Â How in the world do we pick ONE taildragger that we can all relate to!Â Geez, is that even possible!?!Â Please HELP me decide on the right one.Â It will ultimately be a graphic, not an actual picture of a taildragger, but here are a few I’ve narrowed it down to.
How about this American Champion Scout (owned by Christina Chapman). Â A “newer” taildragger than some might consider but classic in style and who wouldn’t love the tundra tires? Â It’s roots are in the Aeronca Champ.
What about thisÂ Maule M7-235 (owned by MaryMacDonald)? Â Wouldn’t we all love to hop in this, give it full power and get the heck out of anywhere or chop the power and get it in anywhere?
I love this beautiful Cessna 180H owned by Kathy Royer. Â Capable of being a work-horse while morphing into the family sedan at the same time.
We all know RV’s have been the most popular homebuilt out there for a long time, most of which are taildraggers. Â This RV6 belongs to Stephanie Wells and is so cool!
An L19 Birddog! Â This one owned by Kim Pardon and I tell you I’d love to take it around the patch more than a few times. Â What else do you get that kind of view out of and have a ball at the same time?
Now personally, I’m leaning toward a Cessna 195! Â This one belongs to Gwen Vasenden. Â It’s a massive flying machine and has that fabulous radial engine hanging on the front end and it would thrill me to no end to fly it! Â Kinda Art Deco look, don’t you think?
And finally the classic, nearly perfect taildragger, the Super Cub. Â Lynn Mareth owns this jewel and besides it being an incredible photo, it’s really an incredible airplane that spans the time period “Vintage” to current day. Â A real possibility.
OK, that’s the line up. Â PLEASE leave your comments and help me decide what the PERFECT taildragger really is!!!
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