From:Doug Strange e-mail:AMCAdoug@aol.com
Subject:RE: RE: Heath Henderson Date:Fri Feb 15 20:46:00 2013
Response to:4565
There are probably only 1 or 2 air worthy Heath Parasols out there with Henderson engines. With only 20 hp on tap, I don't think I would trust one in the air. We had one in the AMA museum years ago when we did the 4 cylinder exhibit. The best way of locating one would be to contact the EAA, Experimental Aircraft Association. I remember a short article in Homebuilt Aircraft magazine when I was into throwing money down the toilet in years past.

I have catalogs for both Heath and Sensenig.
ACEdoug

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Does anyone know of a Henderson powered aircraft that is actually servicable?
I believe there is one in San Diego, Dean Salmens was envolved with it. Maybe 20 years ago, they actually flew the thing. I think it's in a museum down there.