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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.
Christavia Mk 1
High Wing - Steel Tube/Wood/Fabric
Aircraft Spruce & Specialty, Inc.
225 Airport Circle
Corona, CA 92880
Articles in EAA and related publications:
|2003||05||64||Sport Aviation||Papa's Plane: Keeping the dream flying in a Christavia Mark IV (7 pgs)|
|2001||04||98||Sport Aviation||Doyle Herrington's Christavia Mk-1 (photo & caption)|
|1992||12||100||Sport Aviation||Button Mk-1 w/A75|
|1992||06||92||Sport Aviation||Sparks/Shellenberger Christavia w/A75|
|1991||11||96||Sport Aviation||Hearn 0200 powered Mk.1|
|1991||04||79||Sport Aviation||Aircraft Spruce now has kits|
|1986||02||44||Sport Aviation||Follett Mark II, with Continental O-200 (Picture and note only)|
|1984||05||32||Sport Aviation||Building a Christavia Mk I|
|1982||10||14||Sport Aviation||Christavia (small picture and note within an article)|
EAA members can digitally view archived editions of Sport Aviation here.