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A visitor from - posted Fri December 18, 2009:
I wonder if you need any kind of license for this little baby. Maybe it's like an ultralight where you need nothing special to fly it.

A visitor from - posted Mon September 21, 2009:
What's that? lol

A visitor from United States posted Mon March 23, 2009:
Logging the cheapest multi-pic time in the world! 5*

A visitor from United States posted Tue July 22, 2008:
Yeah baby let's get airborne! Trylly amazing how much two little engines can do for you

A visitor from United States posted Wed November 1, 2006:
I like thi plane a lot.
in a lot of caes it is very easy to outfit R/C systems in these things.
the engines are standard one-cylinder model airplane gas engines...figure they must displace 5 cu in each, jusging by the size of the cilinders. check out zenoah engines just to see what these are made of! =]

A visitor from Switzerland posted Sat October 21, 2006:
Yea not bad...

A visitor from Brazil posted Fri September 29, 2006:
I wish the Wright Brothers would be able to see this.

A visitor from Ecuador posted Thu August 24, 2006:
Great aircraft, interesting size. It looks like the engines were taken from a lawn mower.

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Wed July 5, 2006:
Cute aircraft, nice view angle. I guess it's not the most comfortable position for the pilot's legs.

A visitor from United States posted Wed April 12, 2006:
Talk about an inexpensive way to build multi time.

A visitor from India posted Sun March 5, 2006:
Very very interesting design..looks like he is pedalling his way for take off!!!!!!!!gbala

A visitor from Canada posted Tue February 28, 2006:
Any smaller and it could be a used as a key chain

A visitor from New Zealand posted Mon January 30, 2006:
What the??? It just looks wrong... but that's why I like it.

A visitor from Denmark posted Wed January 18, 2006:
Really cute!
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A visitor from Hungary posted Mon December 12, 2005:
Does it fly?

A visitor from Australia posted Sat November 19, 2005:
Unique Aircraft Great angle clear image

A visitor from United States posted Fri November 18, 2005:
Now THAT'S the weirdest looking thing I've ever seen!
And no, I'm not sure what his hand is doing, it looks like there's some kind of stick-like object at his fingers, and there's a wire running down his arm into the panel.
So I'm guessing it's a radio of some sort. Hope this helps!

A visitor from Brazil posted Wed November 16, 2005:
I saw a video of this plane flying! It´s unbelieveble to notice it´s acrobatic and fast with only two 15HP powerplants!!! It can make tounneaus and loopings!!...Ahhh, I want one for me!!!

A visitor from Czech Republic posted Fri November 11, 2005:
Beutiful shot, Jerome! I love this plane... And although I haven't it in my case ;), I have done website about it. Someone was asking if its fly - YES, and very good. Look at www.flight.cz/cricri/english for more. Petr

A visitor from India posted Fri November 11, 2005:
Wow its soo Cute....! -Tahzeeb

A visitor from United States posted Fri November 4, 2005:
Great shot. It's the flying version of a Smart Car.

A visitor from France posted Wed October 26, 2005:
I want one plane like that !:!!!

imagine a A380 is taking off just before you ... LOL

A visitor from Mexico posted Sun October 23, 2005:
Atom ant´s plane. Does it fly?????

A visitor from United States posted Sat October 22, 2005:
Must suck to be in turbulance with that thing.

A visitor from United States posted Sat October 22, 2005:
Great photo! Are those weed eater ?engines? LOL

A visitor from Japan posted Sat October 22, 2005:
Very cute lol..............

A visitor from United States posted Sat October 22, 2005:
Wow, those are some tiny engines!

A visitor from Indonesia posted Sat October 22, 2005:
Very unique plane, I thought that if I had one in my backyard, so I can fly it anywhere.

A visitor from Canada posted Sat October 22, 2005:
Such a cute plane...hehe...too bad it's only able to have one person in it or else i don't want my gf in it too :p

A visitor from Switzerland posted Sat October 22, 2005:
Very funny looking. At first look, I it appeared to me like another adventure of Sir Branson.

A visitor from United States posted Sat October 22, 2005:
I remember seeing one of those at Oshkosh in '82

A visitor from United States posted Sat October 22, 2005:
Does this qualify for Multi Engine PIC time???

A visitor from United States posted Sat October 22, 2005:
Very neat looking plane. What's he doing with his hand though?

A visitor from Belgium posted Fri October 21, 2005:
I guess there is no wc in this baby !!!

A visitor from Canada posted Fri October 21, 2005:
Looks like the jetsons!

A visitor from Belgium posted Fri October 21, 2005:
OOOOh, I would like to fly in this plane! In this one, you really fly yourself!

A visitor from Slovenia posted Fri October 21, 2005:
Fantastique! Funny looking plane and the very nice scenery of the french houses! oh, i just love france and it's airports! They're beautiful!

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