LoPresti Fury

The LoPresti Fury is one sweet-handling, fast, aerobatic tourer. It’s also drop-dead gorgeous. When it was unveiled in the late-eighties, hundreds of people wanted to … Read more

Beech Bonanza

The longest continuously produced aircraft in history, the Beechcraft Bonanza, with it’s V-tail, was a GA revelation when it first appeared in 1946, and it … Read more

Grumman Widgeon

When Grumman originally built the Widgeon seaplane, it was powered by six-cylinder in-line Ranger engines. But many of the 276 produced, like this one, owned … Read more

TechPro Aviation Merlin

A Single-seat de-regulated aircraft that’s yours to fly-away, complete for the cost of a new mid-size family car? That’ll be the TechPro Aviation Merlin. A … Read more

Slingsby T67M260

Slingsby Aviation, based in Kirkbymoorside Yorkshire, bought the development rights to René Fournier’s RF-6B in 1981. Eight variants were produced, and the T67M260 flown here … Read more