Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation
Stolp SA-300 Starduster Too (USA)
Two-seat sporting biplane, plans for which are available to amateur constructors.
Stolp-Adams SA-100 Starduster (125 hp Lycoming O-290-G engine) built by Mr Frank Thrash
Stolp-Adams Starduster (125 hp Lycoming O-290G engine) built by John W Hagel of Herald, California
Stolp-Adams SA-100 Starduster built by Mr Eugene Coppock of Chicago Illinois
Stolp SA-300 Starduster Too with enclosed canopy, built by Mr George Wright of Grand Rapids, Michigan
Stolp SA-300 Starduster Too built by Mr Mahlon Ward of Inglewood, California
Leighnor Mirage 2, a development of the Stolp-Adams Starduster
Stolp Starduster Too built by Mr Jack Mills of Zionsville, Indiana
Nostalgia, an extensively modified Stolp Starduster Too built by Mr Will Neubert of Long Beach, California
This Starduster Too has been worked up by owner Wil Neubert to look like a carrier-based fighter of the ’30s, the F4B.