Fredric Arnold was among the early modern business aviation practitioners. He operated one of the first Cessna 310 twins in the 1950s, eventually progressing to a Cessna 401 and later a pressurized 421. And true to the segment, he did most of his flying in the furtherance of his myriad business interests. While a teenager, he made a good living as an artist and continued creating all manner of art as an adult. Naturally inventive, he also fashioned what was apparently the first ...

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