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The Big Toot Tommy Meyer built is not the two-seat biplane his father envisioned. “It was going to be a side-by-side version of Little...
“Around 2006, I was on eBay quite a bit,” said Doug Eastman of Thornton, Colorado, looking for parts for the “first airplane I ever bought, a single-seat 1953 MiG-17 that flew for the Bulgarians.” The MiG never flew before it went to a museum, but Eastman continued his eBay explorations because “it is an interesting […]
Creating a bespoke airplane is one benefit of building from plans; when assembling a kit, builders cannot make many changes.
Building a Breezy for the 21st century. By Scott M. Spangler.
Kitfox Series 7 steps up to speed.
The Bel-Aire 4000 flies on lower wings from a Piper PA-22 Colt and upper wings from a PA-12 Super Cruiser.
Dennis Hutchinson rebuilds a Davis DA-2 for the future.
Premeditation defines Paul Collins first project.
The BD-4 flies into its sixth decade.
Planning a kit for the unique Mark V negative-stagger biplane.