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CH750 STOL Plans, Parts, Material, and Corvair core.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tom Feb 19. 11 Replies

Problems with my medical will prevent me flying as PIC. Thus I am selling everything for the CH750STOL. If you look at my builder site on here you can see the photo of all the parts. I have completed…Continue


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Posted on November 23, 2010 at 11:33am 2 Comments

I have finished the rudder and the firewall. Rudder took some time, allot of hole to drill, enlarge, debur, cleco, and then rivet.Feels good to have a few assemblies done. On to the next one, I think it is going to be the Elevator.

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Posted on October 27, 2010 at 9:43pm 0 Comments

As you can tell I have been updating my photos, with an index. Next, I will start showing more assemblies. I have been finishing the last of the parts, getting ready for the components. I forgot to order a sheet of .04 alum so I will be getting that in two days. Then can finish all the parts that I am going to manufacture. Should be with-in about two weeks. I really like the challange of plans building.

Sunday 8-8-2010

Posted on August 8, 2010 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

I cut out the rudder rear skin, and built all of the elevator ribs. I will finish more of the baggage walls tonight.

Monday 8-1-2010

Posted on August 2, 2010 at 10:30pm 0 Comments

I finished the slat rib tonight. They where a little difficult. work on them abou 1.5 hours tonight and 1 hour on Sunday. Sunday did the Right side arm rest 2 hour, Saturday I work about 4 hours.

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At 11:01am on February 24, 2022, Tom said…

Hi Paul

We hope your doing well and your health issues are getting figured out in your favor. 

We are still very excited/interested in your project. Your pictures show a great level of care and attention to detail.  I would love to present it to my EAA club for completion and to use as a teaching tool for our young eagles now and in the future.

Please also let us know if their is any other way we can be of help to you and or your family.

Thanks for your considerations toward our group and know our prayers are with you and hope your health issues are improving.


At 5:17pm on April 6, 2014, Brian A Manlove said…

Howdy Paul - things are moving along here in Louisville... haven't had a chance to do much with the engine yet.  I'm seriously considering popping the lid off and do a double-check of the rod bolt torques, plus I need to block the crank in order to torque the safety shaft.  Mounted the step tubes on the fuse today.  I love Bowman field - there are a whole bunch of Zenith builders/flyers there, several 750's and a bunch of 601's.  I'm a few hangars away from Jeff Garrett, who is one of Zenith's recommended upgrade guys for the 601 mods. He has 3 601's and a 650 in his hangar!  

At 10:42am on August 22, 2011, Jerry "Sonny" Webster said…

Paul, I live in Magnolia off of 1488 about 2 miles east of Spur 149.  I've too have slowed down lately because of the heat - tends to take some of the fun away.  You can see my progress at  We (me, you and Jeff) should plan a Saturday morning breakfast to sit and compare notes.  Let me know how your schedule looks.


Talk to you soon,


At 9:12pm on June 7, 2011, David Farlow said…

Paul, you look to be progressing well with your project.  I am trying to get my major assemblies completed so I can start to get the main airframe together.  I hope your shop has AC as I have been hearing about how hot it has been in Houston lately.

At 8:59pm on March 23, 2011, nelson D said…

hello paul

im also building from scratch, do you have the list of materials for the CH701 ??

At 3:23pm on December 2, 2010, Ben Knox said…
Paul My e mail is ben-knox @ hotmail'com
At 9:16pm on December 1, 2010, Dave Gardea said…
Hi Paul, thanks for the nice comment on my Corvair. Yep, that's an Evektor Sportstar in my profile pic. I have noticed the same plane in your pic for some time and meant to send you a note about that. It's the aircraft I got current again in and have enjoyed renting. I intend to get some dual in a 601XL before I fly my plane but the SportStar has been a great plane to fly as it's performance is so close to the Zodiac. Regards / Dave
At 9:52pm on October 28, 2010, Julio Marques Vieira said…
Thank you for your attention to the project.
I am also very happy with the progress.
The complete set weighed 95 kilograms, now managed
considerably reduce the weight of the engine exhaust.
The propeller is made of wood reinforced and even very big.
Note that the propeller hub is higher with the use of reductive.
I will send all data and video, wait for results of further test flights.
keep in touch and see you soon.
At 12:51am on October 20, 2010, James Cameron said…
Paul, I look at your photos everyday for motivation. Thanks for keeping us all up to date on the parts you're making.
At 1:45pm on July 28, 2010, Ernest McAlister said…
correction to message slight round and not sharp corner bend.the kit suppliers nicely rounded bends

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