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What to Look for When Buying a Project

Cameron

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Well, I may end up regretting it, but I tentatively sold my Luscombe yesterday. All that remains now is for the money to change hands. So...I have started to look for a replacement airplane more actively. I found an Acrosport II a couple months ago that I really liked. The only problem is that it doesn't have an engine. It was built in 86, had an accident in 2000, and was rebuilt by the guy that has it now. From what I can tell, he has done top notch work. The airplane is complete except for the engine installation. I am really interested in this airplane, and I can get it for a really nice price. Is there anything that I should pay particular attention to on an Acrosport II?



 

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