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Sportwing (junior Aero Sport)

El Piloto

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I am wondering if any one here is building -or has ANY drawings for- the D'Apuzzo D-201 "Junior Aerosport" or "Sportwing". The model D-200 might also be included in this.
Does anyone have drawings for the Senior Aero Sport (PJ-260)? I understand some of the PJ-260 drawings are used for the D-200 and D-201.
Any help or advice would be appreciated.
 

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I am wondering if any one here is building -or has ANY drawings for- the D'Apuzzo D-201 "Junior Aerosport" or "Sportwing". The model D-200 might also be included in this.
Does anyone have drawings for the Senior Aero Sport (PJ-260)? I understand some of the PJ-260 drawings are used for the D-200 and D-201.
Any help or advice would be appreciated.
Ever have any luck with this? I'm interested in finding a set also.
 

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I have a set of drawings...but not for the ailerons....would have to extrapolate from Senior Aero sport drawings....Junior only has ailerons on the lower wing. It is said to fly very well on 160 Lycoming.
 

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Would you be willing to sell a set? I'd like to take a look at them,
 

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I have no idea what it would cost to duplicate them....???
 

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The local blueprint folks charge about $3.00 a sheet to copy 24" x 36" drawings. Scanning to a PDF file is much cheaper but you would still need prints if you decided to build.......
 

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Office Depot does it pretty reasonable. How many sheets, how big? I'll ask at my local one and send a check your way, if you are game.

Also don't mind chipping in to lower your investment in them.
 
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