PHILO LUND COLLECTION
No. 4114. Giles G-200 (N105BD c/n 6)
Photographed at Western Airpark, Yelm, Washington, USA, 2002, by Lew Shattuck
04/14/2005. Remarks by Philo Lund. "This aircraft was designed by Richard Giles of Scapoose, Oregon, USA for the express purpose of unlimited aerobatic competition, with 'G' limitations of +/- 12. The seat rakes back 40 degrees to accomodate pilot tolerance of a high g environment. It was built by Lew Shattuck and took seven years to complete. It first flew at Western Airpark April 20, 2002 and was flown by Lew."
Engine: Lycoming AEIO 360 B1H - 180 hp
Created April 14, 2005