The Little Plane That Could

They say everything in Texas is bigger, but not for this little airplane. This 1967 Ginn DSA-1 is tiny (as compared in this photo), but packs a lot of plane in its small package. It was a windy day when I saw it fly in to the 1940 Air Terminal Museum at Hobby Airport in Houston, but I bet in good weather, you could  have some fun flying this gem. 

This biplane even sports a clear bubble canopy and clear plexiglass floor in the cockpit for the pilot to see out of. 

They say everything in Texas is bigger, but not for this little airplane. This 1967 Ginn DSA-1 is tiny, but packs a lot of plane in its small package. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.

 

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4 thoughts on “The Little Plane That Could

  1. Tim that is a beautiful shot of N1G, My dad built that plane back in early 60’s I was just a little guy then about 5. My dad was the Original owner and founder of Aircraft Spruce now called Aircraft Spruce and Specialty, A gentleman by the name of Bloke owns this plane and still has it to this day.
    glad I found this page as my Dad passed away a few years back and always am searching for pics of N1G.

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