Great day for the Horn Point Antique Fly-In. The field was a bit wet from Friday night storms but the WX was good white puffy cloud type of day. Not many planes though but the ones that were there were all worth a look! Saw a Cessna with a very nice cream colored leather interior and nice avionics along with some Stearmans that looked like they flew out of a museum. The Fairchild 71 was also a museum piece and I think is only one of two still flying. I loved the wicker seats. The pilot sits up front alone then there are 3 rows of two and one in the rear, all wicker chairs with red upholstery. So 7 seats plus pilot = Fairchild 71 I guess. Carl and I were working on the annual condition inspection for the Waiex and he took me over in the 1940 A-65 T-Craft. I had flown in a BC-12D once at Basking Ridge about 50 years ago!