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Low Wing - Wood
William S. Evans
Encinitas, CA 92023
The designer wrote to Jack Cox 11-15-97 stating that he has an unlisted phone and will answer questions only by mail. Plans are no longer offered for the VP-II.
Flying the Evans VP by Bill Beatty
Available from J.W. Beatty
3932 Kenosha Avenue
San Diego, CA 92117
Articles in EAA and related publications:
|88||10||37||Sport Aviation||Forming Aluminum Gear for Volksplane|
|88||04||90||Sport Aviation||Stevenson VP-2 with canopy, cowl, etc.|
|87||07||38||Light Plane World||Shortened Prop in VW causes crash|
|83||02||84||Sport Aviation||Bill Monroe's much modified VP II. (2/3 page with pictures and short article)|
|81||07||05||Sport Aviation||Letter from Bud Evans about glass-winged VP II.|
|80||10||08||Sport Aviation||Prince Charles and England's first school aircraft, a VP II. (1 paragraph only)|
|78||02||10||Sport Aviation||Landing gear attach points. (Service Bulletin, 1/2 page)|
|76||03||08||Sport Aviation||Tailskid modification. (1/4 page)|
|72||01||04||Sport Aviation||Volksplane II original article on proto-type aircraft. (Four pages, including side and top view with pictures.|
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