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Great Lakes on Barnstormers

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Cameron Park, Ca.
The Great Lakes on Barnstormers has been re advertised at $42,500.00 it's in Washington State. There is a Acrosport II for 25K in Tx.


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Interesting. It's licensed as "Experimental - Crew Training", not Amateur-Built. There are only 45 with that certification the US registry...and three of them are F-104s.

I'd be curious to look at the operating limitations. At this stage, any buyer needs an A&P for the condition inspection anyway. But would be curious as to whether that's a permanent certification (like Amateur-Built) or whether it needs periodic renewal.

Airplane has starter, etc, but there's no sign of switches or ammeter/voltmeter. Suspect it doesn't have a generator. Good setup, don't need a transponder or ADS-B unless you actually fly into Class B or C airspace.

Ron Wanttaja

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