Marin Streeter’s BushCaddy

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I started my project on December 28, 2006, and N620MP received its ELSA airworthiness certificate on August 24, 2009, after 735 hours build time in 2.5 years. First flight was on September 10. The engine is a Jabiru 3300 turning a ground-adjustable Whirlwind prop. There’s a Grand Rapids Technologies Sport for glass panel and EIS, Microair radio and transponder, Alpha RLI, and the paint is Stewart Systems two-part waterborne system. The BushCaddy is an all metal airplane. I received my Sport Pilot certificate in 2006, and it is the new rule that got me started flying.

I have 11.5 hours on the BushCaddy, and it has turned out to be a great flying machine. Thanks to my wife for her support and to all the friends I have met through this project and their help, including John Morrisey, Ron Shannon and Jim Scott. I even talked with a great man, Stan Shannon from Texas, who was building a BushCaddy ELSA. Every day you meet great people as you take on this kind of project, and that is something you do not expect. See the whole build log at www.mykitlog.com/marin.

Location: Silvana, Washington

e-mail address: Alderacres@foxinternet.net

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Website: http://www.mykitlog.com/marin

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