Post Update – GA Oldies at Lučko

By Boran Pivčić
All photos author

I’ve been out and about at the field today and I’m happy to report (to those one or two interested) that I’ve managed to nail 9A-DJZ with my big bad Canon during its visit to Zagreb, so now I have some quality photos to go with the article. They’re not very artsy, but then it was a very hot and humid day and jumping around the grass in sweat-soaked clothes was not high on my priorities list :). So here goes…

Classic front quarterview. Like the last time I shot it, DJZ had seen better days...

Classic front quarterview. Like the last time I shot it, DJZ had seen better days...

Note the difference in gloss between the paint on the fuselage and vertical stab

Note the difference in gloss between the paint on the fuselage and vertical stab

Rear quarterview. Like almost all (if not all) light Pipers, the PA-28 has an all-moving horizontal stabiliser

Rear quarterview. Like almost all (if not all) light Pipers, the PA-28 has an all-moving horizontal stabiliser

Full profile view

Full profile view

Note that the prop is canted a bit to the right. A pretty common solution on high-power aircraft (to offset a bit the P factor), this is the first time I noticed this on a PA-28

Note that the prop is canted a bit to the right. A pretty common solution on high-power aircraft (to offset a bit the P factor), this is the first time I noticed this on a PA-28

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