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markwdavis
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I know this topic doesn't belong in Airframe. But, going through AOPA as I have for several years, this year the results are far different. In the past to insure my 1947 108-1 assigning a value of $25k, my insurance went up by almost $300. Also one company said I needed a medical EVERY year for a class III, and I needed a Flight Review EVERY year. I turned 75 and this is the problem. I shouldn't complain too loud as I can still get insurance for about $1,200/year but it was still a jolt. thought I'd pas it on.

 
Posted : 03/03/2019 1:31 am
moffetb
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A class 3 is valid for 24 months per the FAA. In case it helps, I use Falcon Insurance through the EAA.

https://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?type=simple;c=ecfr;cc=ecfr;sid=85f2f758c7572cf6fd784c355d1c55a1;idno=14;region=DIV1;q1=61.23;rgn=div8;view=text;node=14%3A2.0.1.1.2.1.1.17

1946 Stinson 108-1, Franklin 165, at one time NX8306K

 
Posted : 03/03/2019 2:54 am
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