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    Big Grin FOR SALE: Full Size Spitfire Plans! Jurca MJ-100 Plans

    1:1 SPITFIRE REPLICA PLANS
    RARE OPPORTUNITY
    FOR SALE: Full scale MJ-100 Spitfire plans by Marcel Jurca.
    I have a complete set for sale $2,300.00. These were originally $3,750.00 and very hard to come by. These are no longer available, may be the last complete set.
    Picture is Bob Deford's award winning flying Spitfire N1940K made from these plans.
    Can use Merlin V-1650 or Allison V-1710 power plants. Wood and Aluminum construction. No special tooling or skills needed. Very detailed plans printed on large format sheet of paper.
    Don't have 3 million for an original? Here's your chance!
    Plans are serial numbered, 1 set of plans allows construction of 1 aircraft. You are buying a set of paper plans, ship rolled in a tube NOT A CD.
    Ships quick from 30024 area code. Email A35plt (around) yahoo dot com or call / text 678-457 dash 8377.Name:  red spit.jpg
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    Thanks for looking! -Robert

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    Hi Robert, I sent you an email about buying your plans - did you get it?
    Pete from England.

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    I bet Aircorps Aviation gives access to the plans for a monthly cheap fee...

    They have P-51 and other WWII aircraft original drawings all on digital format.

    They could also help fabricate parts you might need to copy.

    They are in Bemidji , MN

    https://www.aircorpsaviation.com/



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    Hi planecrazzzy! Many thanks for the great link. Pete

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    I finally found the print area... in the library section.
    https://aircorpslibrary.com/


    Almost 3.000 pages of prints on the spit... $5.00 a month to look at them.

    https://aircorpslibrary.com/aircraft...arine-spitfire

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    Wonderful! Thanks for searching. Pete

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    Is there anyone out there knows who the guy is selling the Spit plans?FOR SALE: Full Size Spitfire Plans! Jurca MJ-100 Plans


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    I have stood next to Deford's airplane and it really does a good job of replicating a Spitfire, If and that is a big IF you don't consider the engine, which is an Allison and not a Rolls Royce. Just in the photo the wing looks slightly thicker at the wing root than the genuine one. The authentic wing is a marvel of aerodynamic design, great at low speed stall down around 62knots and great at high speed up above .85 Mach, and does this without gimmicks like stall strips or upturned wing tips or slots. but the taper in the wing is not easy to build.
    The title of this topic should say "full size homebuilt replica plans for sale" as this is not an actual Spitfire, of course as designed and built by Supermarine.
    It kind of reminds me of the new high end avionics line which is titled Aspen Avionics, since I guess Albuquerque Avionics doesn't have the same ring to it.
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    Hi Bill,
    Have you any idea how I can contact Bob deFord? An email address, phone number or address? I need to ask him some questions about using his plans for the Mk IX Spitfire.
    Pete

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    Pete, I don't know Bob Deford, I think he is from Prescot, Az. ? He brought the plane to Osh last year, so the Warbirds div of EAA may have a phone for him. Or try the FBO at Prescot.
    Last edited by Bill Greenwood; 01-29-2020 at 11:34 AM.

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