1932 Wedell-Williams Replica  

Not For Sale


This is a licensed and flying airplane. It took over 10,000 hours construction time and 15 years to complete.


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Registered as Experimental Amateur Built

 Winner at Oshkosh in 1995


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Engine is a Pratt&Whitney R-1340 with less than 1000 hours, taken from a Grumman AG-Cat. Burns no oil and has very good compression. 24-volt system. Two VHF Com Radios, transponder and GPS. Total Time Since New approximately 50 hours. Fuel capacity is 90 gallons in two tanks. Cleveland brakes.

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