No. 189. Stolp SA-300 Starduster Too (N548CL c/n 548)
Photographed at Evergreen Airfield, Vancouver, Washington, USA, by Ron Dupas

Stolp SA-300 Starduster Too

Built by Lamb, first flown in 1977. Read the type remarks on page 12803.

From NTSB Accident Data Base

Accident occurred August 31, 1992 at Snohomish, Washington, USA
Aircraft: Lamb/Starduster SA300, registration: N548CL
Injuries: 3
The pilot of the Starduster radioed his entry into the landing pattern as well as the base turn and final on the airport unicom frequency. After reportedly clearing the runway visually he touched down and during the rollout observed the Cessna taxiing across the runway during which time the two aircraft collided.
Probable Cause: Inadequate visual lookout by the other pilot.

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