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Photo ID: 1011236
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Model: 150G Registration: N150CM
Year: 1967 Serial Number: 15066599
Engine(s): Lycoming O-320, 150-HP Owner: Charles Mulldune
Eddington, Maine
Location: Moosehead Lake
Greenville, Maine
Photographer: Stoltzfus, Ken
Date: 2003, September Present Registration: Same Present Owner (FAA info):
Notes: 10/21/03 - This pretty little gem on Edo 1650's is the first 150 that Cessna put on floats. A lot has changed since then! N150CM left the factory with a 100-HP, Continental O-200, which would probably make it a bit dull on floats. It now has a 150-HP, O-320 Lycoming with constant speed prop, and the Horton STOL kit. It's still a '150, but no longer "dull"!

This aircraft has only 1800-hours total time since new. Mr. Mulldune is the second owner, having bought it from the original owner at Oshkosh in 1998. He completely refurbished it two years ago, including new paint.

That is Grumman Albatross N16HU in the background.
 

Photo ID: 1011237
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Notes: Easy does it - - with all the other aircraft on Moosehead Lake, Maine, at the 2003, International Seaplane Fly-in
Photographer: Stoltzfus, Ken
 

Photo ID: 1011238
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Notes: Mulldune and "Charlie Mike" participated in the Slalom event at the fly-in and are pictured here dashing for the finish line.
Photographer: Stoltzfus, Ken
 
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