May 2006 Issue
Fast, Efficient, Fun
Stan Peternel's RV-9A is the perfect airplane for him: quick, easy to fly and surprisingly economical.
Experimental aircraft have followed an almost predictable path in their post-World War II history. They've gone from simple, low-powered bangabouts to highly sophisticated, globe-crawling transportation machines. They've sprouted into super-utility aircraft and have expanded into aerobatics. They've even moved backward into nostalgia.
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