Looks like a homebuilt, but what is it?

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  1. ETres

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    I enjoy perusing old WFAA news footage from the SMU Jones Collection on YouTube and ran across some footage of a feller flying an apparent homebuilt in 1970. I can't quite make out the N-number. Can anyone ID this aircraft? It's at the 15:59 mark (and if you want to see an interview with Frank Broyles or see highlights of Joe Namath, scroll back through):

     
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    Homebuilt Woody's Pusher was a replica of that.

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    that looks like a C-120 that didn't come with instructions, so the recipient of parts did the best he could :D
     
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