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Picture of the Heath LNA-40 Super Parasol aircraft

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Ed Heath can be credited with being the first American to bring cheap aviation to the masses. In 1927 his Super Parasol aircraft was available ready-to-fly for $975. If that was too much, you could buy it without an engine for $690. Or how about the entire aircraft in kit form for $199? If that was out of your league, you could purchase the construction blueprints for just $5! This example is being constructed from such plans by the Museum of Flight Resoration Center.
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