The Culver Cadet was one of the best performing light planes
ever built. The production 2-place low wing Cadet was powered by a 75hp
Continental engine and cruised at 120mph. After much design and analysis,
Neal La France now offers plans for a homebuilt version of the Cadet. The
Cadet STF features a steel tube, fabric covered fuselage instead of the
production wood fuselage. A considerable weight savings and double the
strength was obtained with the new design. Prototype is powered by a 100
hp Continental engine.