" Frenesi "
History / Previous Identities:
1946: NX66111 (#1) - "Full House", racer #80
1946: bellied in during time trials
1952: Alfred Schwimmer, Intercontinental Airways
1954: N90613 - Jack Hardwick, rebuilt dual control (not TF)
1954: N22B (#1) - to Dominican AF as FAD 1900 (#2)
1965: Rebuilt at Cavalier USA for Dominican AF FAD 1900 (#2)
1984: June 13 - return to US via Brian O'Farrell Inc., bought from FAD
1989: July 20 - N21023, Brian O'Farrell Inc.
1990: Summer - installed Century autopilot, replace low pressure O2 system with high pressure tank, recovered rudder, installed fuel management system, rear seat installed, circuit breaker protection added.
All work by Fort Wayne Air Service
1990: Jul 30 - Experimental Airworthiness Certificate
1990: Aug 24 - Limited Airworthiness Certificate
1990: Aug 28 - sold to Pursuit Aircraft, Hollywood Florida (O'Farrell)
1990: Aug 28 - sold to James Beasley, Philadelphia Pa
1991: Jan - rudder recovered and baggage compartment behind rear seat installed. (Robert Shaver)
1995: Aug 21 - N357FG "Frenesi"
2007: restoration continues ... name change to "Enchantress"
2009: project up for sale
2009: Sep 17 - purchased by Dan Friedkin (Comanche Fighters), name will stay as "Frenesi"
Images of 44-12852 N357FG " Frenesi "
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Jim Beasley Jr.
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