Starduster Retrospective

The greatest Sunday-fly-to-breakfast airplane ever.

CubCrafters EX-3/FX-3

Another better Cub!

Wag-Aero Sport Trainer

Builder Dave Klages’ Wag-Aero Sport Trainer remains faithful in most ways to the J-3 Cub that inspired it; by Marc Cook.

Flight Review: The Wittman W10 Tailwind

The apparently simple lines and construction of the Wittman Tailwind belie a thoughtful sophistication that even todays aircraft designers can appreciate.

Sling Shot

From initial climb performance to Chuck-Yeager-like landings, the Sling 2 reveals its designer's emphasis on handling.

Taildragger!

The RV-14 many have been waiting for.

Van’s RV-8: Sport Plane Standard Setter

Although the RV-8 debuted 12 years ago, author Ed Wischmeyer flies a splendid builder example and notes how the design has fared over the years; by Ed Wischmeyer.

Kitfox Super Sport Series 7

Marc Cook flies the capable ready-to-fly Kitfox Super Sport Series 7 SLSA, and spotlights owners John and Debra McBean’s deft handling of the company in a crowded market and rocky economy.

Starduster Too

This Starduster Too is more than just a smart-looking biplane with unique elliptical wings and eye-catching paint. Careful reconstruction and modifications have made it into one sweet-handling ride. By Ed Wischmeyer.

HP-24

Soaring on homebuilt wings.

In Case You Missed it

Family Legend

Starting as a Texas Sport kit, a little Cub with the unlikely name of Scrappy grew, with a host of custom touches and multigenerational effort, into a cherished family heirloom.

Pole to Pole!

Around the world over both poles (part 1). By Bill Harrelson.

Ask the DAR

Converting an ultralight to ELSA, kit without a bill of sale, engine missing its data plate.

Letters

A&Ps and ExperimentalsI would like to commend Dave Prizio on his very informative article...