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Is Harold Emigh‘s Trojan A2 part of Ercoupe s history

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16 Mar 2024 11:58 #1 by Gerardo L Pérez
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I’m 10 years older than you and I have to admit that I don’t see any similarities…
 
Hahaha, 

Well surely you have more experience than me. Lol. I had to look up what makes a 415 CD in the type certificate section, for example. 

But truly, besides lacking the two rudders, and perhaps other minor differences, I was wondering if Emigh had perhaps an intertwined past like perhaps working in building Ercoupe’s at the factory (simple minded thought, I know). 

But perhaps just a coincidence. 

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16 Mar 2024 11:28 #2 by Larry Snyder
I’m 10 years older than you and I have to admit that I don’t see any similarities…

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16 Mar 2024 10:28 #3 by Gerardo L Pérez
Hello folks, 

I’ll be 63 years old soon, so therefore I’m no spring chicken, but am I crazy in seen too many similarities between the Ercoupe and the Emigh Trojan A2? 

Did the lineage for both aircraft ever cross paths? 

thanks! 

Gerry
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