Beach Boy Staggerwing experimental
lightsport aircraft, amateur built aircraft.
The Beach Boy is the Brainchild of
Tony Shennan of Australia. The original protoype has been
flying since 1985 when it took to the air after being built
in Canada. Plans include 40 pages of D size drawings of
exceptional quality to build from, and a FREE 150 page
The STARTECH ST-1 Prototype Beach Boy Ultralight was
designed and built by Anthony Shennan in Winnipeg, Manitoba,
Canada. It still exists and is the pattern aircraft for
other Beach Boys built in Canada and Australia.
The Startech St-II BEACH BOY negative
staggerwing ultralight can be yours for 300 hours' building
The beach Boy is aluminum tube and plate
construction with pop rivets. Any homebuilder with average
metal working skills and a small workshop can build this two
seat side by side round cowling aircraft.
The Beach Boy is polyester covered, with
fiberglass cowling that can be obtained from a Canadian
supplier. Fiberglass cowling is available from a Canadian
contractor of our acquaintance.
Plan set available postpaid worldwide with
FREE, 150 PAGE FULLY ILLUSTRATED CONSTRUCTION MANUAL and
FREE PLAN for FLOATPLANE VERSION of the BEACH BOY! Allow 21
days for delivery.
The Tesla Centre does not take
responsibility for any aircraft not built from certified
drawings signed by the Designer. A certificate of
authenticity accompanies any plans sets sold.
The Tesla Centre for Advanced Technology
PO BOX 575
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