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Barracuda

Low Wing – Wood, 2 place

BarracudaKit/Plans:
No longer available. Projects and parts may be available on the secondary market. Sources such as Barnstormers (www.barnstormers.com), Trade-A-Plane (www.trade-a-plane.com) or other internet outlets may be helpful in locating these aircraft.

Articles in EAA and related publications:

 Year Month Page Magazine Article
 2006 01 17 Sport Aviation Barracuda Materials at Aircraft Spruce (1/2 pg)
 1987 01 97 Sport Aviation Cook IO-470 powered Barracuda
 1986 12 96 Sport Aviation Henry Barracuda - Franklin 220 powered
 1986 06 89 Sport Aviation Renna Barracuda - 300 HP
 1983 07 C,08 Sport Aviation Bill Buethe's Barracuda
 1983 02 14 Sport Aviation Materials kit available
 1982 11 09 Sport Aviation Barracuda rights sold -- note only
 1980 06 40/44 Sport Aviation The Barracudas at Sun 'n Fun
 1980 05 06 Sport Aviation Mandatory landing gear changes -- note only
 1979 07 07 Sport Aviation Barracuda information wanted -- note only
 1978 07 59 Sport Aviation Yoder Barracuda -- first plans built flies
 1978 03 07 Sport Aviation Newsletter available -- note only
 1976 01 C,52 Sport Aviation Barracuda flies/with color picture
 1972 05 46 Sport Aviation Barracuda prototype article and information

As a member benefit, you can obtain a copy of an EAA-published magazine article listed above, free of charge, by calling EAA Membership Services at 1-800-564-6322. Please have the name of the magazine, year, month and page number ready when calling to make a request. Sorry, we cannot provide reprints of non-EAA magazine articles.

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