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Apr 7, 2007
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The Wag Aero J3 is my second aircraft. The first was an RV6A which I started in 1990 and flew to Oskosh in 95. It was beauty and flew like a dream. At age 67 I decided I might be getting a little too old to fly a high performance plane and sold it. Big mistake! I'm now 72 and will be flying a J3 that I am putting together using parts from Wag-Aero. It's going good and will be a nice aircraft. I have three teen age grand sons that are going to love it. The only problem I'm haveing is making decisions about the panel, How retro? radios, GPS etc. I would like to hear from anyone who might have some good advice.

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