Porterfield Airplane Club

Keep the Skinny Birds Flying Safely

Andy Andraka
  • Male
  • San Antonio, TX
  • United States
 

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Andy Andraka replied to Bill Skinner's discussion American Eaglet
"Price update: $12.5K, if you're interested give me a call at 401-seven nine three-6451. I'm still plugging away on it, but I also just picked up a Bellanca 14-9 that's taking a lot of my free time, space, and money. Most people…"
May 1
Andy Andraka left a comment for Tom Porterfield
"Hey Tom, the FAA has it down as a "American Eaglet-Lincoln" as the manufacturer name. I'm sure a few others also have it incorrectly documented. I might start punching in some of the other N-numbers and see what they ended up as."
May 1
Tom Porterfield left a comment for Andy Andraka
"Hey Andy, Welcome to the Porterfield Airplane Club. I saw on the FAA site that there are only a combination of 10 American Eagles and Eaglets registered in the US. Yours is not on that list. We really appreciate you for sharing it with us as Ed…"
May 1
Andy Gelston left a comment for Andy Andraka
"Welcome to our wee club for the skinny birds, Andy!  There's not a lot of info on this site for the Eaglet, so we home you can help fill in all the details we're missing, like the best way to keep Szekely jugs on the crankcase."
May 1
Andy Andraka is now a member of Porterfield Airplane Club
May 1

Profile Information

About Me:
I'm a nut for vintage aircraft. We have a Thorp T-18 (yeah I know, not proper vintage but a flyer), a Luscombe 8A (flyer), Bellanca 14-9 with Ken Royce 5G (project), and the American Eaglet (project).
Do you own a Porterfield Airplane?
I own a B-31 American Eaglet project
Are You a Pilot?
Yes

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At 1:08pm on May 1, 2021, Tom Porterfield said…

Hey Andy,

Welcome to the Porterfield Airplane Club. I saw on the FAA site that there are only a combination of 10 American Eagles and Eaglets registered in the US. Yours is not on that list. We really appreciate you for sharing it with us as Ed Porterfield designed and built them under the American  Eagle Aircraft Corporation before he formed the Porterfield Aircraft Corporation.

I enjoyed our brief visit online last week.

Tom Porterfield

At 11:27am on May 1, 2021, Andy Gelston said…

Welcome to our wee club for the skinny birds, Andy!  There's not a lot of info on this site for the Eaglet, so we home you can help fill in all the details we're missing, like the best way to keep Szekely jugs on the crankcase.

 
 
 

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