1928 Lincoln Page LP-3, S/N 212, Manufactured 5/31/28, N5735 (original N number), about 80 of this type were manufactured
Aircraft crashed in 1929 with the original owner reporting less than 100 hours TTSN.
It's likely the lowest-time OX-5 powered aircraft in the world
Was put in storage from the time of the crash until 2013 when the restoration commenced. The restoration was finished in 2018.
All numbers-matching original engine and airframe
All the instruments are the same it left the factory with
The only OX-5 powered LP-3 currently flying in the world
EAA Grand Champion Antique 2018 (I had a judge tell me it was the most points he ever awarded an antique at Oshkosh)
Very detailed, authentic, and original restoration
All the AN hardware was modified and re-plated to duplicate what was used in 1928
Custom made propeller by Sensenich that matches the original Hartzell specs
Authentic dope and fabric finish.
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