I appreciate it but I have zero interest in that. I’m financially fine so I’d rather spend my limited time fabricating for myself or just to help a individual.Pretty cool to see the process.
There's a number of guys in flying the early kitfoxes and avids that would like another source for cub type gear if you wanted a low volume aviation side job.
I have lots of Cub time, it’s a great airplane for sure.So Mike you're proceeding with building a Wag-Aero Cuby ? (nowcalled Sport Trainer because Piper bitched about it)
I hope so, you will absolutely love how the Cub flies, and more importantly the places it takes you. You experience stuff with a Cub that really is different than with any other airplane, trust me and the five or ten other guys on HBA who can verify what I'm saying.
Build it sturdy, your kids are going to learn how to fly in it several years from now , and it will be one of the proudest and greatest achievements of your life.
If you have not done so already, definitely absolutely unquestionably read the book "Flight of Passage" by Rinker Buck. I promise you that you will be glad you did.