Strength of Riveted Joints

Written by Bill Marvel and originally published in the SoCAL-RVlist. Two days ago I got around to doing something that I had planned last year—actual...

Stoddard-Hamilton Electrical Parts Cross-Reference

Stoddard-Hamilton part number cross reference to Terminal Town part numbers This table originally referenced the Terminal Town website, but that company is no longer in...

Glasair I, II, III Options & Accessories Catalog (Archive)

This was the Glasair Options catalog as it was available on Glasair Aviation's website and is preserved here for archival purposes. A PDF version...
Glasair III

Glasair Specifications and Performance

The Glasair is the ultimate high performance aircraft. With its Lycoming engine, the Glasair is a fast, sleek, aerobatic cross-country machine that will take...

SensenichDirect Stoddard-Hamilton Propellers

This page was originally published on the Sensenich website. An archived version can also be found here. Aircraft Engine Standard Climb Cruise Weight (lb) Note* Glasair I TD,FT,RG Lycoming O-320 70CM()S16-0-79 70CM()S16-0-77 70CM()S16-0-81 38.75  8 / 13 Glasair II...
Sportsman carbon-fiber

Sportsman Specifications and Performance

The Sportsman is the ultimate adventure aircraft. It was designed for the pilot who rejects compromise, whose flying missions are diverse and demanding, and...
Dave Ammenti's GlaStar

GlaStar Specifications and Performance

The GlaStar—an aircraft for the pilot who rejects compromise, whose flying missions are diverse and demanding, and whose airplane had better be ready to...
Glasair Merlin on its first test flight in Arlington, Washington.

Merlin Specifications and Performance

Merlin is a composite high-wing, tricycle gear aircraft designed to meet LSA certification requirements based on ASTM standards. It is fitted with a Rotax...
Symphony SA 160

Symphony SA 160 Specifications and Performance

The Symphony is billed as a FAR 23 certified version of the GlaStar and was produced by OMF Aircraft and Symphony Aircraft Industries.  Kitplanes Magazine...