Max Holste M.H.152 / M.H.1521 Broussard
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ulderico pace, e-mail, 29.11.2023 00:58

Dear James

We can talk about max holste?

Best regards.

Ulderico


James B. MacKay, e-mail, 17.10.2010 06:54

I owned one from 1988-1994. When the FAA was inspecting it for my experimental airworthiness certif. the inspector told me late in the day after really tearing into it for many hours that it was the best built airplane he had ever licensed.It's now in the carolinas in a flying museum.


stefanP, e-mail, 19.09.2009 05:30

This plane looks like a french copy of the DeHaviland Beaver.Rite down to all aluminum skin rivted into place.


blacky jorgenson, e-mail, 03.03.2009 21:25

I'm interested in a broussard but I will need skis for it. Were they ever used on skis, do you know of any available? Thanks




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