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Starduster Too For Sale

Morphewb

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N999HM, Built in 1972 by Howard Mayer in Aspen, Co.
350 TT A&E Lycoming IO 360 A1D, Hartzell prop
Currently stored in heated enclosure since new.
Won Outstanding Achievement Award OSH 1972.
Standard Starduster Too ''Lou Stolp'' star type paint job in excellent condition.
$27,000.00
Mark Mayer @ [email protected]

I bought a Breezy built by Howard Mayer thru Mark, his son, a few months ago. The Breezy was better than advertised and I don't doubt the Starduster Too is just as good if not better. Dave Baxter is familiar with the airplane also. I told Mark I would try to help sell the airplane for the family but any questions shold be directed to the above email. They were great people to deal with.
Ben Morphew
 

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Any pictures of this Starduster Too?
 

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