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Old 13 November 2004, 10:30 AM   #1
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First of all, Many Thanks to the good folks who responded to my pilot height / cockpit room thread. Next order of business, obtaining blueprints, materials list, construction notes, etc... Where does one go? By the way, I like the Snipe. It reminds me of my favorite car, my Saab 900, insomuch as the way that it initially appears awkward and homely, but grows on you after a while.
Lastly, how do you all feel about the original materials / modern materials issue. I would like to build a plane that is safe and strong, but not necessarily a museum quality reproduction.
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