Ed Snyder
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  • Sun City, AZ
  • United States
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Aircraft Model
Project Status
Less than half
Building From
Engine installed (or plan to install)
UL Power
Building Experience
Have already built an airplane
Flying Experience
Private Pilot
Home Airport (ie. KMYJ)

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At 9:33pm on February 19, 2016, Del Clowes said…

Ed, Thanks for the the info. Mine is plans built so I have a box full of invoices and a ledger 

with all paid sales tax listed. I guess they would accept that.

Very very nice 750, good job! I will get with you one day for a good look.All the best.


At 5:24pm on February 12, 2016, Wayne Tyson said…

If you come to San Diego (SEE), please look me up. I'm good for a lunch--can you beat that? My number's in the book/information. sex won niner sex ate tree twenny for tree too

Vicey versie, I'll look you up when I get to AZ.


At 2:09pm on February 12, 2016, Jerry Graf said…

Ed beautiful airplane, you say you had it wrapped?  Can you give me more details on who did it for you and what costs were involved?

I have kids from 6 area high schools building a Zenith STOL CH 750 with UL Power 350iS engine, our panel is an Avilution panel as we are Beta testers for them.  You can go to aviatorsbydesign.com to see our project and the to Aviators By Design Facebook page to see pictures of progress plus some other goodies.  

I have a friend Paul Johns who is 102+.  He is quite the guy and has been a big mentor and inspiration not only to me but also to my kids.  He flew the Boeing 314 Flying Boat for Pan Am during the late 30's and early 40's.  At the age of 75 he built a Kit Fox all by himself including paint in 11 months.  He had a simple but unique paint scheme that I want to replicate on our airplane in his honor.  I just saw him yesterday and he was giving me details of his paint scheme.  I have looked at wrap, but was not quite sure about it.  I would love to hear your input about it.  I would also like to hear more about how and what you used to finish your cockpit - looks really nice!

Are you coming to Oshkosh this summer by chance - we will have our plane on display at the Teen Build and Fly Projects which is just in front of the Homebuilders Hangar.  I am chairman of that area and we get a lot of traffic.

Best Wishes and Blue Skies,


At 6:13pm on February 4, 2016, Del Clowes said…


Your 750 should be flying, or about to. Have you delt with the MVD re registration fees?

We have a home near Bullhead City (for about 35 years) and think it's time to vacate CA 

for good. 

My 750 is plans built with a O235, no slats. I love it. Good luck with yours.

Del  N364DC


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