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Picture of the Wilson Global Explorer 1 aircraft

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More: USA - Idaho, 1991
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N376DT (cn 001) One of only two aircraft built, one white, the other (N376LC) yellow. Both crashed, pilot error. One of the largest homebuilt experimental aircraft ever built. Dean Wilson's design is about 30'x10'x7' inside!
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A visitor from - posted Mon May 9, 2016:
I wish if I were a pilot of this plane

A visitor from United States posted Mon March 10, 2014:
Jim, this is a excellent photo. It was truly a one of a kind aircraft even though 2 were built. I know that Dean, Don, Chad, Mike, Kevin and I had a lot of fun and was very proud to be have been involved with the building of this fantastic aircraft.

A visitor from United States posted Sun December 29, 2013:
Not only a great picture, but an airplane I have never heard of. I wonder what the Foncicion Ushuaia was trying to do - and the connection between the southernmost city in the world (Argentina) and the US (the reg.) is. Very interesting, indeed.

A visitor from - posted Mon May 20, 2013:
5 stars for rarity however something about the structure just doesn't look safe to me.

A visitor from Germany posted Sat April 23, 2011:
The flying party tent,
looking for the beer cags

A visitor from United States posted Fri March 12, 2010:
The Wilson Private Explorer has a single engine. Pictured is the Wilson Global Explorer.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed November 25, 2009:
I like this plane a lot, it looks very good.
It also looks like its easy to fly, light materials.

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