November 2005- It’s early on a fall morning in West Texas and one of the local yahoos is offering his expert opinions on all things aerial. I lean over the water fountain, take a sip and smile to myself since my 210 on the ramp inspired his last remark.
He was as right as he was wrong. Both planes are made by Cessna, have high wings and benign handling characteristics. After that, differences get larger, just as one would expect when comparing a flying Suburban with a winged Chevy Nova.
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