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 Cook Westland Bush Plane
The Westland Bush Plane was built by Russell G Cook of Kaihinu, north of Hokitika, New Zealand, around 2008. It may look like a Cub, but the only original bit of a Cub is one wing. The dimensions are all bigger than the standard PA-18, and the whole lot is built from scratch. The tundra tyres are for landing in the West Coast river beds.
Registered ZK-WBP (c/n 0017251) the Westland Bush Plane has an extra side door to the luggage area behind the rear seat.
It received some minor damage on 23 July 2011 whilst landing on a river bed.

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