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Brian Clayton
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Brian Clayton

Well-Known Member, from Ivey, Ga and Centerville,Tn

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    1. dougwanderson
      Hi how is the ragwing duster flying. what is your flight times like mpg and landing like.
      I still have not chosen what to build now leaning to a 2 place for flight training and to carey more load so far looking at cygnet, preceptor ultra pup (stol king) or buying and old Cessna 140 have a 3 year time line to build and get sports license. I am babbling trying to decide. Thanks
    2. Vipor_GG
      This looks like a model of your plane.
      Rocky flies again! - Model Airplane News
    3. Pops
      For VW parts and machine work. Keith's Auto Parts, 225 Elk River Rd, South Clendenin, WV, 25045. Phone 304-548-7627 Ask for Vick. Closed on Wed and Sunday. They will ship UPS. Nice people. Dan
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    Ivey, Ga and Centerville,Tn
    Current / Future projects:
    Building Ragwing Duster ultralight (Hirth 2702) and a Midget Mustang..... and for some reason I want a Skypup...dont really know why...
    Past Projects:
    Race car fabricator by trade (3000++ hp drag cars). Old car restoration. Waterwheels, turbines, old home restoration, the list goes on. People call me a "Dream Builder". If my boss dreams it up.... I make it happen

    Homebuilt aircraft


    Basic Flying Rules:
    1. Try to stay in the middle of the air.
    2. Do not go near the edges of it.
    3. The edges of the air can be recognized by the appearance of ground, buildings, sea, trees and interstellar space. It is much more difficult to fly there.
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