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Thread: [IAC-L:978] Re: Atlantis by Aircraft Technolog ...

Message: [IAC-L:978] Re: Atlantis by Aircraft Technologies, Inc.?

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From: Leslie Eversole <acrohead at nol.net>

Date: Tue, 16 Sep 1997 07:19:30 UTC


Message:

 It does a cool lump...


At 01:09 PM 9/15/97 -0500, you wrote:
>Has anyone looked into the Atlantis by Aircraft Technologies, Inc? They
>are the manufacturers of the Acro 1 and also produce an airplane called
>the Atlantis that is sopose to be a fully competitive aircraft all the
>way through Advanced. They say it's capable of every maneuver in the book
>with two people. It's side-by-side seating and arranged like a
>cross-country aircraft, but designed first as an aerobatic aircraft, then
>a cross country aircraft.
>
>I would be interested in hearing anything at all about the aircraft. It
>could be the one I am looking for, or maybe I should just build a two
>place simple cheap aircraft like the Christavia Mk 1, and a One Design?
>
>Thanks for any input.
>
>Jeremy Cowgar - KB8LFA
>jcowgar at juno.com
>
>



                


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