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WANTED - Knight Twister Blueprint

Jerry

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What does F-155 have on it ?
 

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What does F-155 have on it ?
Both upper and lower wing forward and aft locations and "N" frame cabine layout. The Sunday Knight Twister is longer and this information is different than that of the shorter "standard" Knight Twister. The wing height and upper cabine width may also be different.

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Hey Craig,

Is there any evidence of more than one Sunday Knight Twister ever built or started?
I'm guessing your are fishing for someone that might have bought plans but never completed. Was Vernon Payne the only one who supplied SKT plans? I'm guessing Steen doesn't have any info or history about this "lost version". I never knew what a SKT was until I found out the history and saw the photos of Carl's parts plane.
Here is hoping your search and advertising turns up something....I'll keep an eye out.
 

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