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ryan welch, e-mail, 06.11.2012 03:52

John is right on his comment about the pilot, but the Filper company only provided some funding, while the development and engineering was done through a group of people not named in the article. Some of those names included J Ford Johnston, Irv Culver, and John Turner..


John erb, e-mail, 04.03.2012 18:39

I believe one crashed in Ca. when it lost a rotor blade. Killed the pilot. The company continued making food machinery and peach pitters until it was purchased in 1987 or 1988 by Atlas Pacific


jean, e-mail, 05.08.2007 14:46

merci de me contacter si vous avez plus de détail sur cet hélicoptère




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