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Little Wing Autogyro Construction Drawings* Plans: Covers All Models, Gyrocopter on 2040-parts.com

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Pekin, Illinois, United States

Pekin, Illinois, United States
Condition:Used Compatible Model:Little Wing Autogyro Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

Little Wing Autogyro Construction Drawings* Plans: Covers all models, gyrocopter

Orginal Cost  was $175. (Several pages of the plans are foled but all pages and sets of plans for three models are there)

I purchased these several years ago and will never build one so I thought I would pass them on to someone else.

You can find out more about the Little Wing AutoGyro experimental aircraft at this site.

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