No. 10780. Moser Aero Sportster (N3962Z c/n AS100)
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Moser Aero Sportster

08/31/2011. Remarks by Walter van Tilborg: "Reportedly the Aero Sportster was based on the 1927 vintage Heath Super Parasol design and reworked to make it attractive for modern amateur construction. The type was developed by Ernest H. Moser of E.H. Moser Aircraft Co, and powered by one 65 hp Continental A65-8 engine, the prototype first flew in 1984 and it was shown at EAA's Sun 'n Fun 1985. The type was for a short period available for amateur construction using most of the original drawings, but no further aircraft were built.

Created August 31, 2011