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Lesher Teal
Oshkosh - Wittman Regional (OSH / KOSH)
USA - Wisconsin, August 2, 2008
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N4291C (cn 2) Professor Ed Lesher's Teal at the 1978 EAA Fly In. Flying Teal, Ed broke six FAI world records in the C1a category between 1967 and 1975. After Ed died in 1998, Teal was donated to the EAA Aviation Foundation and it is shown here on display at the EAA Airventure.
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Photo ID: 1385518
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Lesher Teal
Oshkosh - Wittman Regional (OSH / KOSH)
USA - Wisconsin, August 2, 2008
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N4291C (cn 2) Professor Ed Lesher's Teal, shown here on display at Oshkosh. This was the only example ever built, and it broke six world records. In the interest of saving weight, the landing gear were pulled up by hand via cables. The fuel gauge and altimeter are visible behind the pilot's seat.
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Lesher Teal
Oshkosh - Wittman Regional (OSH / KOSH)
USA - Wisconsin, July 1978
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N4291C (cn 2) Professor Ed Lesher's Teal at the 1978 EAA Fly In. Flying Teal, Ed broke six FAI world records in the C1a category between 1967 and 1975. After Ed died in 1998, Teal was donated to the EAA Aviation Foundation.
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Photo ID: 0769337
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Lesher Teal
Detroit - Willow Run (YIP / KYIP)
USA - Michigan, July 6, 1978
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N4291C (cn 2) This is an experimental homebuilt aircraft built for the sole purpose of setting records in its weight class, at one time held seven world records for speed and distance. A one-of-a-kind aircraft, Prof. Ed Lesher was listed on the operating limitations as the only pilot qualified to fly it. Built in 1965, it is now displayed in the FXB building on the North Campus of the University of Michigan. The Lesher Nomad, an experimental homebuilt 2-place tail-pusher, is visible in the background.
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