No. 11134. Sables-Bouchoms SB-2 (F-PECB c/n 01)
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Sables-Bouchoms SB-2

01/31/2012. Remarks by Walter van Tilborg: "The two-seat SB-2 was a homebuilt aircraft of Roland Sable and Christian Bouchoms. The design was based on the Rand KR-2, but this design was heavily modified and the many changes included a stretched fuselage. Construction of the SB-2 started in December 1982 and the aircraft made its first flight on February 6, 1990. The one-of-a-kind aircraft, which had a 65 hp Continental A65-68F engine, was not intended for amateur construction."

Created January 31, 2012