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S1C Plans

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Mar 22, 2008
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Hello all, we are new to this forum. We just aquired a slightly wrecked S1C, the project came with a raggedy set of partial plans which probably won't get us through the repairs we need to make. We are in the St.louis Missouri area. We were wondering if there was a way to borrow a set of plans from someone in the area or anything short of buying a new set from Steen? This S1C was completed in 1973. The damage caused by a ground loop looks to be confined to the left bottom wing and the left landing gear. The fuselage on initial inspection looks ok. Any help/suggestions is appreciated.



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