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Hands, Mind, and HeartWhat started as a handful of passionate enthusiasts has developed into a major force—and a significant component—of the aircraft industry.
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Earl Luce has created plans based on the original Buttercup
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Articles in EAA and related publications:
|2006||08||22||Sport Aviation||The Way It Was... Still Is: It's Not a Dream at Munsil's 8 pg (current project Wittman Buttercup)|
|2003||09||06||Experimenter||Aircraft Spruce Adds Fabricated Wittman Buttercup Kits (1/3 pg)|
|2003||08||20||Sport Aviation||LuceAir Starts Tri-Gear Buttercup (1/2 pg)|
|2003||04||60||Sport Aviation||Buttercup Reborn: A reproduction gives Steve Wittman's classic sportplane new life (7 pgs) Jack Cox|
|2002||10||39||Sport Aviation||Earl Luce’s Buttercup at AirVenture 2002 (1/2 pg)|
|2002||06||22||Sport Aviation||Buttercup Flies Again... For the First Time (2/3 pg)|
|2002||03||24||Sport Aviation||Luce, Buttercup Ready for First Flight (3/4 pg)|
|1993||01||05||Sport Aviation||Hotline: Buttercup flying with new wing tips (note & picture)|
|1992||10||11||Sport Aviation||Hotline: Buttercup being rebuilt with Tailwind style wing tips (note & picture)|
|1989||05||11||Sport Aviation||Buttercup (8 pages)|
EAA members can digitally view archived editions of Sport Aviation here.