Scott, it has been awhile since I have logged into the Zenith site. I decided to by a Cub and searched for over a year and finally purchased one last summer and I have been busy flying ever since. Looks like you are going to scratch build. i was considering a scratch built 750 but that is going to wait for now. I put together layouts for most of the parts on sheets in AutoCAD. Look them up they may help you out. I flew into the Zanesville Airport flu-in last summer. It was a fun day. Joe B
I am no longer living in Columbus. I am planning on shipping my 'mostly completed' 750 Cruzer to my current home in Costa Rica where I hope to finish it next year. Best of luck with your build.
Hi Scott I see you live at Zanesville I am just south of Wooster not that far. I am a plans builder also, built two rv9a but kits are just not a challenge. Have built a750 stol a 701 & 750 CRUZER Ben knox
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