Australian Flying

Love a Cub

Kathy Mexted reports.

Working at the Narrabri airport as a refueller in the mid-80s, a couple of Corby Starlets got Dan Compton’s imagination going. How great would it be to build an affordable little sport aircraft?

The yearning to own his own aeroplane didn’t diminish and so when a 1955 Super Cub came up for sale Dan’s friends encouraged him to get it.

Dan loved the Cub and after the friends delivered it from

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