You don't have to be a millionaire to own and maintain a plane, here's our top list of cheap planes you could (eventually) buy (and fly).
The Cessna 150 is the fifth most produced civilian plane ever, with 23,839 aircraft produced. It is available in the 150 basic model, Commuter, Commuter II, Patroller and the aerobatic Aerobat models. It was replaced in 1977 by Cessna 152, and in 2007 by the Model 162 Skycatcher.See on en.wikipedia.org
Considered to be the most successful aircraft in history in terms of longevity and popularity, this model is still in production today. Cheap ones can still be found, look for the early models.See on en.wikipedia.org
Bottom end of the Piper Cherokee PA-28 line, the aircraft is still widely used in flight schools around the world. In 1971 was released a variant called the Cherokee Cruiser 2+2, adding two seats and keeping the same 150-hp engine power.
Originally designed in 1962 with a folding wing and destined to be a kit-built aircraft, it was eventually certified in 1967 as a completed and fix-wing "Yankee Clipper" model and began selling at an competitive base price of US$ 6495.In 1971 the AA-1A version was designed, with a recontoured leading edge (softer stall characteristics) more suitable for training purposes in flight school.See on en.wikipedia.org