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    Stewart Headwind

    Anyone particularly familiar with the Stewart Headwind. I ran across one online and wanted to see if anyone had any experience with them. Anything to look out for in particular, they look very basic.
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    They are cool, proof that it is still possible to fly inexpensively. I'd like to find one and restore it, Don keeps telling me as long as I've been looking I could have built one by now. And he's right, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martymayes View Post
    They are cool, proof that it is still possible to fly inexpensively. I'd like to find one and restore it, Don keeps telling me as long as I've been looking I could have built one by now. And he's right, lol.
    How are they for a bigger guy? I'm around 6'1, 250. Something I could get in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kscessnadriver View Post
    How are they for a bigger guy? I'm around 6'1, 250. Something I could get in?
    It is a small airplane with a design gross wt of 750#.

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