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Cadet Stf Aircraft Plans Cruise120mph 175 Max. Retract Gear 2 Pl. Sheets98"x36" on

US $179.00

Prescott Valley, Arizona, United States

Prescott Valley, Arizona, United States
The plans are in unused condition BUT WITH A FEW TEARS ON THE EDGES.
Warranty:No Compatible Model:Cadet Compatible Make:Culver, Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

This auction is for 24 Blue Print  sheets for the Aero-systems (La France) CADET STF, steel and fabric version. The prints vary in size: from 36"X 98" to 15 ft. X 36" to 36 X 58" because they are FULL SIZE and not a size reduction. The plans were revised over a period of yrs, from 6/29/1990 to 10/5/1995 so the sheet numbers are not in sequence. A list of the sheets by number and description is below.

The Culver Cadet was one of the best performing light planes ever built. The production 2-place low wing Cadet was powered by a 75hp Continental engine and cruised at 120mph, with a top speed of 175 MPH. After much design and analysis, Neal La France offered plans for a homebuilt version of the Cadet. The Cadet STF features a steel tube, fabric covered fuselage instead of the production wood fuselage. A considerable weight savings and double the strength was obtained with the new design. Prototype is powered by a 100 hp Continental engine.

  • Kit Price w/o Engine: ~$15,000
  • Plans Price: ~$300
  • Number of Seats: 2
  • Building Materials: T,W,F,S
  • Building Time: ~2500 HRS
  • Standard Engine: CONTINENTAL 85/100 HP
  • Horsepower: 85-100
  • Wing Span: 27 Ft.
  • Wing Area: 120 Sq. Ft.
  • Empty Weight: 850 Lbs.
  • Gross Weight: 1350 Lbs.
  • Takeoff Distance: 800 Ft.
  • Landing Distance: 850 Ft.
  • Cruise Speed: 120 MPH
  • Top Speed: 175 MPH
  • Fuel Capacity: 25 Gal.
  • Range: 500 Miles

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