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Antillies Seaplanes?

Sat Dec 08, 2007 7:55 pm

Hey guys

Anybody familiar with this company? They claim to be trying to set up to re-start production of the Grumman G-21 goose. It looks like they are attempted to "Reverse Engineer" the aircraft and put it back into production.

It looks they have an old Pen-Air airframe that they a copying

http://www.gooseseaplanes.com/index.htm
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jetblueguy22
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RE: Antillies Seaplanes?

Sat Dec 08, 2007 7:57 pm

I have never heard of them. But boy would it be nice to see those flying around. I guess we will see if they can put it back into prouction.
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