?? A.E. Stroud's Super-X ??

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?? A.E. Stroud's Super-X ??

Post by Akrodriver » 12 Dec 2020 03:40

Hi gang,

Does anyone in the group know what happened to Armond Stroud's Super-X. It was based out of St. Augustine, Fl.

Thanks!
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Re: ?? A.E. Stroud's Super-X ??

Post by MonoPlaneForum » 19 Dec 2020 07:46

Wow! Beautiful airplane :mrgreen:
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Re: ?? A.E. Stroud's Super-X ??

Post by youngman1 » 24 Dec 2020 19:59

Looks cool.

What makes it a super x over a standard Laser 200?
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Re: ?? A.E. Stroud's Super-X ??

Post by Akrodriver » 03 Jan 2021 00:26

When I first met Armond, I did not have the opportunity to pick his brain about this beautifully built plane. That was many years ago. More recent research has revealed that the original N-number has been reassigned and the record sates that Super-X was destroyed. I did an NTSB search, but was unable to find any type of report about the plane.

An aside:
I have found this site to be not very useful. I have started a Laser 200 group on Facebook I have included a link below if you would like to participate.

Regards,

Steve

https://www.facebook.com/groups/811862293002936
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