Beautiful, fun plane built by owner to specifications from Dennis Wiley plans.  Replica of a Curtiss Jenny two seater, open cockpit,  bi-plane used for pilot training during the First World War, about 1918.  Obtained Airworthiness Certificate in 2003.  Engine is an air cooled Jabiru 2200, with speeds up to 85 mph.  Engine presently has only 108 hours on it with published overhaul (TBO) as 1100 hours.
Instrument panel built with basic VFR instrumentation altimenter, airspeed, magnetic compass, 30 degree slip indicator, plus engine instruments: cylinder head temp., oil temp., RPM.  Holds twelve gallons 100 LL and 4 quarts oil.  Sensewich wooden propeller. Flys like a cub and lands easily at about 35 mph.
Always hangared.  Was featured in EAA magazine published January, 2004.
Owner selling only because he has just completed airworthiness cert. on a Starduster One and does not have room for 2 airplanes in hangar.