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culver cadet
« on: March 07, 2014, 04:22:07 PM »
Well I finally had the chance to fly a Culver.While in Fla. to visit my son we drove over to Oak Hill and visited Vaughn Grasso.He owns a beautiful LFA restored by Jim Jenkins .This aircraft had an Aeomatic prop and it really performed. The Franklin turned 2700rpm on takeoff so it got off well with 2 aboard and 10 gallons of gas.What a responsive airplane.It was raining all around us so the flight was only about 20 minutes but it really enthused me to get my own Cadet in the air. His Culver is for sale but I can't afford another right now. Thanks again Vaughn. Craig