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Hi to all, it's about time I joined this forum so my customers tell me ! I learnt to fly in a Skyfox, Lightwing and Jabiru and Aeropups of course, this forum may make it easier to keep in touch to answer any questions I am still working out all the site's intricacys, and trying to link it to the facebook site of Aeropup Aircraft.

To clarify a point that some folk seem to miss.... the Supapup Mk 4 was the only single seater produced by us, the Mk 1, 2, and 3 (all single seaters) where produced by a previous company. The Mk 4 can be identified by the simple fact that it was the only model of single seater with folding wings.

The Aeropup name was adopted to differentiate the twin seater (side by side) all of which had the fast fold wing system as standard. Regards John Cotton

 

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I like your Avatar John, we all know that a pup hangs its tongue out to keep cool, so it makes a perfect radiator.008_roflmao.gif.692a1fa1bc264885482c2a384583e343.gif

 

Alan.

 

 

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Herewith a few photos I have of some of the early model Supa Pups.

 

The first one is a Supa Pup Mk 1....the second is my Supa Pup Mk 2....and the third is one of several variants of the Supa Pup Mk 2.

 

There was only one Supa Pup Mk 3 ever built but I do not have a photo of that one.

 

Ahh those good old 95-10 days.

 

Alan .

 

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026_cheers.gif.2a721e51b64009ae39ad1a09d8bf764e.gif Thanks for that Alan I have loaded a lot of images in the Gallery section of the Aeropup under construction shold be of help to builders and interested persons as well
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Hi to all, it's about time I joined this forum so my customers tell me ! I learnt to fly in a Skyfox, Lightwing and Jabiru and Aeropups of course, this forum may make it easier to keep in touch to answer any questions I am still working out all the site's intricacys, and trying to link it to the facebook site of Aeropup Aircraft.

To clarify a point that some folk seem to miss.... the Supapup Mk 4 was the only single seater produced by us, the Mk 1, 2, and 3 (all single seaters) where produced by a previous company. The Mk 4 can be identified by the simple fact that it was the only model of single seater with folding wings.

The Aeropup name was adopted to differentiate the twin seater (side by side) all of which had the fast fold wing system as standard. Regards John Cotton

Are you still one ted with aeropup John?

 

 

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