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Hands, Mind, and HeartWhat started as a handful of passionate enthusiasts has developed into a major force—and a significant component—of the aircraft industry.
R-80 Tiger Moth
Biplane – Wood or Steel Tube, Fabric
Fisher Flying Products (sold 9/10/2008 to Paul Riedlinger)
10-8707 Dufferin Street, Suite #143
Vaughan, ON L4J 0A6
Articles in EAA and related publications:
|2003||10||23||Experimenter||Anderas Tiger Moth Reserve Grand Champion at AirVenture 2003 (photo and caption)|
|2001||12||20||Experimenter||An Authentic Tiger Moth: World War II British Training Aircraft Teases Modern Pilots (7 pgs)|
|2001||10||24||Experimenter||Replica Tiger Moth over Oshkosh (photo & caption)|
|2000||10||29||Experimenter||RS-80 model Tiger Moth by Fisher Flying Products (photo and caption)|
|2000||10||21||Sport Aviation||Fisher Tiger Moths now a steel--|
|99||01||16||Experimenter||Ken Flaglor’s Tiger Moth (4 pages w/color photos)|
|94||10||C,16||Experimenter||Hanson scale Moth|
EAA members can view digitally archived editions of EAA Sport Aviation here.