2/3-seat homebuilt aircraft of Jean van Lith. In original form the Model VI had the main wheels and wing struts of a Stampe (Nord) SV-4 biplane, one 125 hp Lycoming O-290-3 engine and a small third central fin. In this configuration the aircraft flew on 30 August 1958, registered as F-WINX. It completed it test flight program at Toussusle-Nobel on October 6, 1959, and was subsequently reregistered F-PINX.
The aircraft was later re-engined with one 150 hp Lycoming O-320, and also received with a steel sprung cantilever undercarriage, while the central fin was removed. The aircraft remained active well into the 1980s and later went to the RSA Museum, but was destroyed in an accident. This one-of-a-kind aircraft was also nicknamed the Bébé Broussard, because of the external resemblance to the Holste Broussard.
Span: 35 ft 5.0 in (10.80 m)
Length: 20 ft 0 in (6.10 m)
Height: 6 ft 6.5 in (2.00 m)
Wing area: 140 sq.ft (13 sq.m)
Weight empty: 1,285 lb (583 kg)
Loaded weight: 2,127 lb (965 kg)
Max speed: 124 mph (200 kmh)
Cruise speed: 106 mph (170 kmh)
Service ceiling: 13,780 ft (4,200 m)
Climb: 785 ft (240 m)/min