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Jones PJ-1
The Jones PJ-1 was started around 2005-6 by Bill Cockram, the plans being loosely based on a two seat Monsoon aircraft with an O-200 engine. As he wanted to use a Rotax engine he set about narrowing the fuselage and designing and building his own wings. Cockram became ill and decided he couldn’t finish the aircraft so he gave what he had built so far to Peter Jones and sold him the Rotax 503.
The aircraft is now a single seat that fits into the ultralight class. It is of all wood construction, fabric covered and uses a LongEze canopy. When weighed, the C of G was too far aft so he extended the front, moving the seat forward.
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