Flying Corvairs

Del Magsam with his "Outlaw" Sonex after its first flight

Del Magsam, New Richmond, Wisc., "Outlaw" Sonex

First Year Flown on Corvair Power: 2003
Total Amount of Hours on Corvair Power as of July 10, 2003: 5
N-number: N2025A
Builder of Engine: Del Magsam, New Richmond, Wisc., farmerdel@rocketmail.com
Del writes: "The Sonex flys great, like a sports car. Gets off the ground in 350-400 ft. Everybody at the airport comments on how good it sounds."

"A successful first flight, coming in on short final," Del writes.

Builder of Aircraft: Del Magsam/Joe Gibson
Year Aircraft was Built: 2003

Taxiing in from the first flight.

Type of Conversion: Magsam/Wynne
Engine Displacement: 164cid
Propeller Diameter, Pitch and Make: 54" Warp Drive
Starter: On rear bottom of engine protruding rearward


William Wynne, The Corvair Authority
5000-18 HWY 17 #247
Orange Park, FL 32003

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