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| 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.