Tony Riccio Tony standing next to a 1946 Stinson Vultee V-77 airplane. Tony climbing into a Fairchild PT-19 for a little flight time. Tony standing next to a Stinson Reliant SR7 airplane with a Lycoming R-680-9 radial engine with 300 hp. Tony and his wife Maxine standing in front of a Cessna T-50. Tony on the left and an unknown man on the right. Tony on the left and an unknown man on the right in front of a Globe Swift with a Cessna T-50 in the background. Tony, second from the right, showing the engine of a Globe Swift to three unknown men. Tony, second from the right, showing the cockpit of a Globe Swift to three unknown men. Tony, centered, inspecting the landing gear of a Globe Swift with two other unknown men. Tony and his wife Maxine standing in front of their new car. The maintenance shop is in the background. Check out the “Passenger Flights” sign in the background. Tony was always promoting his business! Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Published by awilliamriccio Fascinated with aviation history while creating quality content for my website, buffaloairpark.com. View all posts by awilliamriccio
Hey Bill, Always fantastic. I don’t know how you do it, but you do. Looking forward to warmer weather and pleasant skies!
On Sun, Feb 21, 2021 at 9:16 AM Buffalo Air Park wrote:
> awilliamriccio posted: ” A very determined young man, 1930. From the > hundreds of pictures that I have of my father, Tony, I decided to assemble > a short timeline to better illustrate his life but not bore you with an > extensive family photo album. I have chosen the most relevan” >