Flymall Newsletter September 2016

Welcome to the Flymall.org September 2016 newsletter.  As we near the end of summer there are still a lot of great outdoor activities to do. Visit our events calendar for thousands of events with over 25 different categories.  You can also visit our day tripper section of the Flymall for ideas.

Aircraft sales are still on the increase.  We have also seen an increase in classic/vintage motorcycle sales.  We have brought and sold numerous rare vintage bikes over the last several years and the market has been good.  Checkout our market watch section to research sale prices, appraised values, etc.  This is a searchable database for aircraft, classic/collector cars, vintage motorcycles, parts, GPS, and more.  It’s free, no long on info required.

We need inventory to sell. We are cash buyers for single engine aircraft as well as vintage motorcycles and other collectable vehicles/cars.  We can also broker your aircraft or collector vehicle for you.

The Montgomery County Airport is having an open house on September 24 2016.  The Washington International Flight Academy will have a display there.  New for this year will be a car show with trophies.  The team at Flymall.org will have several of their vintage three wheelers on display at the car show.  Click here for details on the car show.

Click here for an ADS-B update from the FAA that includes a $500 rebate.

Here is something to think about until next month.  It should be plane to sea that this is true.

Planes

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