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American Homebuilts John Doe



A STOL utility aircraft (LSA) with interchangeable flaps and ailerons, as well as elevators and rudder, and an 18 cu.ft cargo area. First fown in 1994.


The man who designed this airplane was named Steve Nussbaum, he flew out of the airport I worked at, Galt airport 10C. I remember on a good day he could get one of these off the ground in 88 ft. He also designed the ribs to be replaceable in the field if they ever broke during a forced landing.
Ted Domski

Engine: Continental IO-240, 125 hp
Wing span: 30.6 ft
Wing area: 130.6 sq.ft
Fuel capacity: 26 USG
Empty weight: 850 lb
Gross weight: 1400 lb
Height: 6.5 ft
Length: 20.8 ft
Top speed: 140 mph
Cruise: 117 mph
Stall: 30 mph
Range: 500 sm
Takeoff dist: 100 ft
Landing dist: 125 ft
Service ceiling: 12,500 ft
Seats: 2 tandem
Landing gear: tailwheel

Cruise: 100 mph
Stall: 30 mph
Range: 490 sm
Rate of climb: 1000 fpm
Takeoff dist: 120 ft
Landing dist: 120 ft
Engine: Continental O-200, 100 hp
HP range: 100-125
Fuel capacity: 26 USG
Empty weight: 771 lb

Gross weight: 1320 lb
Length: 21.9 ft
Wing span: 30.6 ft
Wing area: 130.5 sq.ft
Seats: 2 tandem
Cockpit width: 28 in
Landing gear: tailwheel

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