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    Default Mt. Goat Bushplane?

    http://www.bushplanes.com/index.html

    Stumbled across this website. Looks like things have gone quiet since 2003 - anyone heard updates? Sounds like a pretty slick plane!

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    Saw 101MG up the Knik the other day. I think the performance specs are exaggerated.

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    It performs like a Supercub from what I've seen of it. Makes sense because by today's standards it's a Cub clone but it came out before Cub clones were popular. Now they're common. It had an overhead flap lever and a super light composite prop in it's early days. I'd never seen such things on Cub type planes. Both of those items are common these days. I always thought the Goat was ahkead of it's time but was doomed by a poor business plan.

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