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Homebuilt Pietenpol Sky Scout

Pietenpol Sky Scout

The Sky Scout was a small, single-place airplane designed in the 1920s by Bernie Pietenpol. Intended for home construction from readily-available materials, it was built of wood and fabric and used a Ford Model T or Model A engine for power. Very few were built as it was overshadowed by the two-place Pietenpol Air Camper. Pietenpol's designs remain popular today among people looking for inexpensive ways to fly.

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For more information about Pietenpol aircraft, check out the Pietenpol site.