EAA: Washington Glasair Sportsman

By Dennis Willows, EAA 1228004 After more than 45 years in the same Cessna 172, it seemed time for a major change. With my teenage daughter,...

Martin Elshire’s Molded GlaStar Panel

Ever wonder what a designer and installer of panels would put in his own private GlaStar? Well check this out! Martin's own panel fabrication company...

Starting the Engine Safely

This tip was submitted by Tom Hoffman, Glasair III. With 650 hours on the aircraft, N54ODE recently experienced failure of the starter solenoid, which is not...

Unsticking Cleveland Master Cylinders

This tip was written by Richard May, Glasair III. I came across something interesting while assembling my brake system. On my left brake master cylinder, I...

All About Gas Caps

The first Glasair kit was shipped over 25 years ago and now there are hundreds flying. In many cases these flying airplanes are introducing...

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