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Need airplane! Have engine.

corsair82pilot

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I have a Wright R-975,450 HP. I'm looking for a near flyable, two seat biplane that needs an engine so I can put it to good use.
Any ideas?
Tony
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r0cknry

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You wouldn't happen to be the same Tony working on the Corsair Replica would you?

Ryan
 

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I have an S-2B that is basically ready to assemble after recover.

$65,000 with all paperwork taken care of. Send me a PM if you are interested.
 

corsair82pilot

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I have an S-2B that is basically ready to assemble after recover.

$65,000 with all paperwork taken care of. Send me a PM if you are interested.

I don't think I could mount a 450 HP radial with a 106" prop on that. :eek:
 

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"I don't think I could mount a 450 HP radial with a 106" prop on that.
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Ahh, I thought you wanted to trade.......
 

TFF1

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I guess you need to find a Staggerwing.
 

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I have a Great Lakes experimental airframe project, almost ready to cover... it would be pretty nose heavy with a PW radial, but definitely a nice airplane. I am planning on getting a Jacobs R-755 275hp for it.
 

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