Stolp Starduster Too
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| vaughn Price 2912|
Salt Lake, UT
| At age 17 I flew the original Starduster at Compton. At Corona I did the first flight of Starduster Too. The top wing was to far forward, I barley made it around the Pattern, Lou repositioned the top wing. It flew beautifully. I also taught his daughter Linda to fly. |
08/29/2011 @ 10:53 [ref: 48239]
| Eric Unser|
| What an awesome guy this Lou Stolp is. He was a pioneer recognized in early aviation and trick planes. Although he built the various aircrafts for perfomance and economy they sure could do some manuevers. I am trying to find him to help him out. I heard he is barely getting by. This is not the way we should treat someone who gave so much. I want anyone to donate and help Lou. I can be reached at email@example.com. Check this guy out and tell me you do not want to help. |
02/13/2007 @ 01:26 [ref: 15494]
| D. K. Heller|
| I'm currently the newsletter editor for EAA Chapter One, Riverside, CA (Flabob Airport--RIR). When I was a child, my father and mother, Ray and Marillyn Page, assisted Lou and Joi Stolp in the building of the prototype of the Starduster Too.
My sister and I used to look forward to going to the airport to play with the Stolp's daughter Linda. The most exciting part was watching the Starduster Too become a reality.
I feel privileged to have been present for that moment in history. Corona was a fun airport and has forever infected me with the aviation bug.
Earlier this year, I had the privilege of interviewing Lou for EAA Chapter One's Year of the Pioneers celebration at Flabob.
10/31/2001 @ 04:37 [ref: 3529]
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