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January 7, 1997
KitPlanes Magazine, a publication for aviation enthusiasts, has been acquired by Cowles Enthusiast Media, a unit of Cowles Media Co. in Minneapolis. Terms were not disclosed. KitPlanes, which publishes monthly, has a paid circulation of 83,000. The staff will remain the same and will continue to be based in Southern California, Cowles said.
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January 7, 1997
KitPlanes Magazine, a publication for aviation enthusiasts, has been acquired by Cowles Enthusiast Media, a unit of Cowles Media Co. in Minneapolis. Terms were not disclosed. KitPlanes, which publishes monthly, has a paid circulation of 83,000. The staff will remain the same and will continue to be based in Southern California, Cowles said.
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May 19, 1995 | PATRICK MOTT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In the pantheon of all-time favorite do-it-yourself projects, you might expect to see the redwood hot tub kit and maybe the hot-rod engine. But slap ping together an airplane? To many, that would be tantamount to building your own nuclear reactor. Still, that's exactly what thousands of people throughout the country are doing each year in their garages, on their patios and in small hangars at community airports.
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