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Starduster Too wings and plans for sale

Don Adamson

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I picked up a pair of lower wings that are excess to my needs. They appear to be very well built with a landing light cut out on the left side. $3000

I also have an extra set of plans, early 70's vintage. $100
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Once I start taxing the SA300 I'm working on might need these as spares....thats a good deal coming with your recommendation
 

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A little thread drift on my own thread.
I found this little pamphlet about fuselage welding in the set of plans and had never seen it before. Thought I would share it as I am sure it is not copyrighted.
I noticed a change in the vertical fin construction around 1969. I have always knew the tail feathers were too heavy as compared with modern building techniques. The change in 1969 provided a lighter vertical fin that was easier to fabricate.
 

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I think this article is also published in one of the early Starduster Magazines. Dave
 

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