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The SJ-1 Head Skinner was a single-seat gull-wing sports plane built in the USA by brothers Earl and Jerry Adkisson of Tuscola Illinois in 1957. In the little town of Hales Corners Wisconsin a small group of airplane enthusiasts known as the Experimental Aircraft Association was formed to advocate building one's own aircraft. And two brothers Earl (Skeezix) and Jerry Adkisson were doing just that at the Tuscola airport.

It is the successor of the Luscombe 8 .

Developed From
Luscombe 8
Earl and Jerry Adkisson
Luscombe 8
Number Built
United States
National Origin
United States

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