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Yes, Googles algorithms find virtually everything that has ever been posted for public display. And I've spent 20 yrs fine-tuning my internet searching abilities.   As a little thread drift

Yep. One pilot stated that it "took off at 120mph, cruised at 120 mph and landed at 120 mph."

Certainly from the Pilot's and customers view.  Maybe not the shareholders. They have some big knowledge gaps on the servicing and training side and often choice of aircraft. They'd all probably jump

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Sorry Birdseye, I was going by the FAA Registry entry for the N number on the photo, N213TZ (see below). So I had the type as Epic LT. What was unusual about it?

 

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Hard to tell them apart from a photo:

 

"Farnborough Aircraft formed a business alliance with Epic Aircraft to develop both companies' aircraft and as a result the POC aircraft appears similar to the Epic LT. The wing is reportedly the same, while the Kestrel’s fuselage is 20 inches longer than the Epic’s. "

 

 

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The unusual feature I was looking for is that this 6 place pressurised turboprop was, at least originally, sold as a kit, with buyers assembling it at the companies assembly centre themselves.

 

 

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This is cheeky. 1 off Taylor monoplane with retracts.

 

Rob Ladd from Wisconsin I think was the first and plans were available so there may be others

 

 

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Not sure about the engine, but yes, it's a Monocoupe 90A. Camel, you were a smidgeon out, like 60 years. 1930 vs 1990 for first flight.

 

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Not sure about the engine, but yes, it's a Monocoupe 90A. Camel, you were a smidgeon out, like 60 years. 1930 vs 1990 for first flight.[ATTACH=full]54451[/ATTACH]

ARV super 2. With rotax 912 conversion
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