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Bill lund - Starduster

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William Lund

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Sep 13, 2006
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KSDM (Brown Field) San Diego
Hello All,

I am the proud owner of a Starduster SA-300 based at Brown Field (SDM) in San Diego. I would be very interested in connecting with any other Starduster owners in SoCal.

I had been looking at Stardusters for about ten years, andbought mine in May of this year. It is a fine example, and I am very happy with it. It was located in Georgia, and I had it ferried to San Diego. It made the coast to coast tripin four days without a hitch.I am very thankful to my ferry pilot, Mr. Donald Brantley, also a Starduster owner, and President of the Vidalia, Georgia EAA chapter.

I am having a new PS Engineering high noise intercom and a new King KX-125 installed, along with newantennas, new leather upholstery, battery, tires and a few other cosmetic items.It has225 hours on the engine and airframe. The engine was factory new zero time (not a reman) purchased just for this airplane,and the craftsmanship on the airframe is stunning. Congratulations to the builder, Mr. Thomas Nimyo. I was amazed that after a coast to coast flight, the engine compartment was pristine, and the stainless steel firewall was like a mirror. (Tons of bugs on the rest, though.)

If anyone out there is a Starduster fan, let me know! I would love to hear from you.

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