Chapter 406

Bremerton National Airport, Bremerton WA (KPWT)

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Two Dahon folding bicycles that weigh 29 pounds each $120 for both. 

John Stasny


Hummel Ultracruiser project with detachable wings for sale: $5000 o.b.o

Includes: 37HP Hummel engine with, carburetor, magneto, and air filter, wheels / tires / axels and brakes, pitot tube, oil temp indicator, oil pressure indicator, tachometer, Yaesu FTA-230 handheld aviation radio, PTT switch, and misc hardware (bolts, nuts, washers etc.), a full set of Ultracruiser plans (# 615), and a builders guide.

Main required parts to finish the project include:

  • Port and starboard landing gear
  • forward starboard side wing root rib set (needs 4 new ribs)
  • Starboard side leading edge wing root skin
  • Propeller
  • Airspeed indicator
  • Altimeter

Email Greg at


For Sale: Pietenpol Aircamper $19,500 with additional Rotec aerosport parts.

This Pietenpol Aircamper has a wooden fuselage and radial engine. It was built by longtime builder and EAA instructor Dick Navratil.  I have all the paperwork with pictures of the building process by Mr. Navratil and all the receipts etc. After Dick Navratil passed away, his widow sold this Pietenpol to Charlie McFarlan of Oklahoma, who thoroughly enjoyed flying this plane.

Summer of 2020, my husband Daniel Graf and I bought the Pietenpol from Charlie McFarlan.

We watched as Charlie and his pilot friends dismantled the wing sections. They carefully packed it into a 26 foot U Haul which we drove home to Grandview WA and then unloaded it into our shed. My husband had made a  cradle for the longest of the wings. Then sadly, my husband Daniel, passed away from cancer in October 2020. The Pietenpol and wings are sitting in our shed covered with drop clothes. The other dismantled sections are wrapped in blankets.

This is a beautiful plane. You can email me at if you are interested in purchasing the plane. I have attached some pictures. Also, previous owner, Charlie McFarlan said if you have specific questions, call him at:  832-654-8875.


Contact Betty L. Graf 








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