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Helicopters: Lone Star Sport Helicopter

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Old September 16th 04, 05:40 AM
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Default Helicopters: Lone Star Sport Helicopter

Looking for imformation regarding the Star Aviation Inc Lone Star
Sport Helicopter of San Antonio Tx. and any images of their
helicopter. It seems this helicopter has just dropped of the edged of
the planet. To refresh memories, this helicopter started out as a
tri-wheeled open airframe with a Rotax LC 532 or 582 engine and was
delivered to owners on skids as most helicopters seem to like. The
original offering was for $18,000 plus a few bucks. I would just like
to compile a little data about it so that it is not forgotten
completely. If any images are on hand that can be emailed to me I
would appreciate having them. Any web pages, Any information please
Mailto: aerorv at lanset dot com


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