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Fernand Levesque (HD)
Gilbert Martel (HDS)
Gerald Kelly (HDS)
Angelo Ferraro (HDS)
Jeff Small
Grant Corriveau (HDS)
Tony Colucci (HDS)
Dennis Carley (HD)
Fred Hulen
Beautiful CH601 (HD)
Daniel Nadeau

 

Fernand Levesque's CH-601 HD
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Gilbert Martel's CH-601 HDS
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Dcp01032.jpg (73334 bytes) Gerald Kelly's CH-601 HDS project
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pprjaf1.JPG (39501 bytes) Angello Ferraro CH-601 HDS project
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pprjjs1.jpg (54250 bytes) Jeff Small's CH601 project
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Dcp00809.jpg (87051 bytes) Grant Corriveau's CH601-HDS
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Dcp00898.jpg (119886 bytes) Tony Colucci's CH601-HDS
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Dcp01059.jpg (50929 bytes) Dennis Carley's CH601-HD
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fred_hulen_august2001.jpg (84714 bytes) Fred Hulen's CH601
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And this one was seen at the Year 2000 edition of "Les Faucheurs de Marguerites"
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Nadeau.JPG (115538 bytes) Daniel Nadeau's very nice CH601-HDS
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A beautiful CH-601 seen at "Les Faucheurs de marguerites"
in June 1999 near Sherbrooke.  It belongs to Mike Fothergill.
When the picture was taken, this plane was powered by a
Rotax 912UL.  It now has been replaced by the ULS (100HP
version).
Another CH-601 seen at "Les Faucheurs de marguerites"
Follow this link for details of this beautiful aircraft.  This plane belongs to Réal Ferland from Ottawa (Canada).
Bruce Bockius's CH601-HD (tail dragger)
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Dcp01034.jpg (49140 bytes) A Rotax powered CH-601 HD
This one was seen at "Les Faucheurs de Marguerites" on July 1, 2001.

 


 
 
 


 

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