I wanted to name the Cub VH-LEU after a Twin Comanche I used to fly. My good friend @jazz_atty hated LEU and forbade me to use that rego. But then she didn’t respond to like two of my Snapchat’s in a row, which obviously means end of friendship 🤷♂️ So the Cub now owns LEU 😂 Here’s the original LEU, a PA30B. Sorry Jazz.
Working late tonight for my client and BFF Ric who is selling his Cherokee!! You see it here first... Check out my new listing befote it is published in the bigger markets!! 👀🛩. Entertaining all SERIOUS and reasonable offers, let's work a deal in YOUR favor!
1964 PIPER "CHEROKEE" PA-28-140
Location: Marshall, TX
This 1964 Piper "Cherokee" PA 28-140 for sale comes with a fresh annual completed in late April 2018! Always maintained and documented, this airplane is listed at a great price and won't last long! The owner is selling because he wants to upgrade, he has proudly owned the plane for the past six years. It has always been flown and stored in a hangar. -All AD's are complied with and logged
-Complete logs books since new
-No known damage verified using the NTSB Pre 1982 Accident Query website
-Paint is OK
-Both sets of brakes have been replaced about 2 years ago
-The owner has also replaced tires and tubes on main gear, upgraded battery box with Bogart cables, and battery to starter cable replaced with Bogart cable, installed new Concord Battery, replaced vacuum pump, and the plane has new Bendix Mags and Harness
Airframe Details: -TTAF 6933
Engine(s) Details: -SMOH 1846
-LYCOMING 0-320 SERIES -Engine new and replaced in 1983.
-King KX 155 radio 1 VOR no glide slope, King transponder.
-Dual toe brakes
-Tanis engine block heater
-Panel Dock for a Garmin 396 (the 396 installed is not included)
Interior: -Good interior
Exterior: -Fair paint
Maintenance: -Always maintained and hangared by current owner
-Full log books since new
Email Erin.email@example.com or call 518-491-8573 to make her yours today!! #piper#cherokee#lycoming#sensenich#propeller#cessna#faa#skyhawk#forsale#172m#usaaircraftbrokers#usaaircraft#aviation#aircraft#aircraftbroker#realestate#flying#pilot#pilots#airplane#airplanes#piper#beechcraft#thingswithwings#wingviewwednesday#comanche
Happy 100th to this Lycoming engine from 1918. It's out of a Gray-Dort, they were built in Chatham Ontario Canada! Lycoming was an engine supplier for many manufacturers including Auburn, International Harvester, this Gray Dort, large vehicles like fire trucks and more. The Babbitt bearings were originally inserted pieces, but I have bonded the new bearings to the rods and caps for a more secure and sustainable fit.
Start your Lycoming Thunderbolt Engines! The @redbullairrace team is in Cannes, France this weekend for the second race of the season. Enjoy this slow-motion video of an air racer starting up his Lycoming-powered aircraft. #Cannes#RedBull#RedBullAirRace#airrace#Lycoming#engine
Can the Gas Company Drink Your Milkshake?
The fight over the historical concept of the “Rule of Capture” as applied to gas rights in Pennsylvania continued recently as the appellees in the matter of Briggs v Southwestern Energy Prod. Co. recently requested a re-argument before the Pennsylvania Superior Court.
For those who have not been following the issue, in Briggs the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that the Rule of Capture did not apply to situations such as hydraulic fracking where the plaintiff can prove that gas has not naturally migrated from one property to another, but rather has been obtained by mechanical means. American courts have historically adopted the Rule of Capture and have applied it to oil and gas rights. The principle, simply stated, is that a person who drills a well has the right to “capture” not only the gas under the property on which the well is drilled, but also any gas that may naturally migrate to that property.
The idea has been perhaps best theatrically represented in the 2007 film There Will Be Blood by Daniel Day Lewis in which he explains in a scene that by drilling on a neighboring brother’s property, he was able to obtain not only the oil underneath that property, but also the oil underneath a property for which he did not have any rights. In the film, Lewis explains to the non-benefitting landowner the concept of drinking the other’s “milkshake” through a very long straw.
Historically, Pennsylvania courts have followed the decision in Westmoreland and Cambria Natural Gas Company v. Dewitt, acknowledging that the ownership of natural gas is, as with all minerals, ferae naturae and is subject to the Rule of Capture.
In Briggs, the Pennsylvania Superior Court determined that the Rule of Capture did not necessarily apply to hydraulic fracturing.
The stakes could not be higher for the future of Marcellus shale drilling in Pennsylvania. #oil#gas#lawyer#attorney#centralpa#susquehanna#tioga#harrisburg#lycoming