Remarks by Roger Sword: "This is a photo of an antique restored by
a friend of mine way back when I lived in California, USA. I think he
restored it about the late 1970s. His name was Myron Rupprecht and the
aircraft is a 1935 Kinner B-2 Sportwing. The unique thing about this
plane is that it's a side-by-side open cockpit. Not many were built.
Myron didn't keep it very long after restoration and a few airshows. He
went on to restore a Gypsy Moth. Myron lost his life in the crash of
his Varieze in the late 1980s while giving a ride to a friend. This
photo is (from) the front cover on an old issue of Trade-A-Plane. The
'RESTORED 1935 KINNER B-2 SportWING -- PHOTO COURTESY OF MYRON RUPPRECHT....'"