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Thread: KOTM- May 2012- Jimmy Miller & Jim Hunter's 7 Super Sport

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    Default Re: KOTM- May 2012- Jimmy Miller & Jim Hunter's 7 Super Sport

    Got it Jimmy. James Thomas

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    Default Re: KOTM- May 2012- Jimmy Miller & Jim Hunter's 7 Super Sport

    Hey Jimmy. I sent you a private message. James Thomas

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    Default Re: KOTM- May 2012- Jimmy Miller & Jim Hunter's 7 Super Sport

    I just finally got around to your Kitfox of the Month. I have to say I love the YELLOW it kind of screams SEE ME, SEE ME and the Paint scheme is excellent. Great looking bird!
    Paul Zimmermann
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    Default Re: KOTM- May 2012- Jimmy Miller & Jim Hunter's 7 Super Sport

    Thanks Paul, got about 250 hr,s on it now and still loving it. Teaching my 13 year old granddaughter to fly it and the adjustable rudder pedals work great for us. She likes to fly my 182 but I told her she had to learn to fly a t/w before she would be a real pilot. Here she is looking out the waste gunner window of the eaa b17 we took a ride in at KSUT this October.
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    Default Re: KOTM- May 2012- Jimmy Miller & Jim Hunter's 7 Super Sport

    I just love women comfortable with a belt fed weapon! 😃

    You have a beautiful Granddaughter. I had my Kitfox converted to a tail Dragger. I don't think it flies much different, but I did pick up some airspeed. My only concern with teaching her to fly you tail Dragger is she might scratch the paint, the ground loops seem to happen to a lot of new and old pilots. Merry Christmas & Happy New year!
    Paul Zimmermann
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