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The earliest Supapup was the Mark 1 and can be identified by struts that do NOT meet at the fuselage Photos courtesy of Alan
 

The earliest Supapup was the Mark 1 and can be identified by struts that do NOT meet at the fuselage Photos courtesy of Alan


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[uSER=2870]@Guernsey[/uSER] Interesting photo. I reckon this was the original test bed and the fore runner of the Supapup line built by a bloke called John Cottle. The business was sold later to a similarly named John Cotton. I used to own this aircraft, reg. 10-0802, for many years and flew hundreds of enjoyable hours. It was 447 equipped, I think it originally had a Cayuna fitted. Traded it in on a Karatoo about 10 years ago. Thanks for the memories. Cheers, Jeffmac

 

 

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