This is a 1934 Monocoupe 90 A -- serial A-680. The aircraft has 449 hours on it and has been modified to accept a Warner engine (needs engine). The fuselage and tail group are mostly complete as far as tubing (some additional welding in seat area needed). There is a push-pull rod that goes from the cockpit to the elevator horn that needs to be final welded, but it will need to be installed first. There is new hard balsa wood in the tail group as per the original. When this was made in STL, a left door was an option. I only have the right door. There is however the structure in place for the left door option - just no door. It has Cleveland wheels and brakes. The wheel pants are fiberglass From G & K fiberglass in Hindsville AR.. They came from a mold that was made by Jim Younkin (he designed and built the Mullicoupe). The gears are *NOT* heat treated as were the originals. I suppose they could be if desired. There were streamlined wires that stretched from the wheel axle diagonally to the top on the original. I don't have any and these and they are somewhat difficult to find. The wing will have to be built as what I have just one half of a wing and not quite that really. A wing was started, but is only 25% done. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. Based in NE Oklahoma.
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