"Wish I knew about the other Porterfield. My only connection to the wings was that I was hoping they were for a CP-50. When I saw that they were for a 35-70, I offered to put a blurb on the Forum to see if it would generate any interest. Glad they…"
"Got a call, that the wings are mine for the taken, great, now I need to find a way to get them home to Bloomington, Indiana. I have a 20 foot trailer that I can get for moving the wings, I we’ll see if I can get them in the next two weeks.…"
"Now I know what happened to the wings I was hoping to get my hands on, would of loved to get those wings and tail feathers, would of given them a new home and would of restored them to like new. If the person who has them would be interested in…"
"This is all on you, Bob! I'm going to rescue the wings next week, so if anybody needs a nice set of wings and tail surfaces...or has all the fuselage related drawings for the Flyabout, please advise!"
I posted a message the end of May for a set of Porterfield Wings in Western Mass. The Gentleman who had the wings emailed me this morning, that someone from New Hampshire was coming to take the wings and tail pieces. Thanks to anyone who might have helped in arranging this transaction.See More
I recently answered an ad on Barnstormers for Porterfield wings hoping to jump start my CP-50 project. It turns out that they are from a 35-70 S/N 176 NC15876. The photos that I got from the seller showed a complete tail and the 2 wings. If the photos can be trusted the wings look like they are in good condition as is the tail. The person who placed the ad is the son of the man who had the airplane. It was deregistered in 1940 and it does not look like he ever registered it. Sometime between…See More