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R-80 Tiger Moth

Biplane – Wood or Steel Tube, Fabric

R-80 Tiger MothKit/Plans:
Fisher Flying Products (sold 9/10/2008 to Paul Riedlinger)
10-8707 Dufferin Street, Suite #143
Vaughan, ON L4J 0A6

Telephone: 905-532-9900
Fax: 416-352-5718

E-mail: paul@fisherflying.com
Website: http://www.fisherflying.com

Articles in EAA and related publications:

Year Month Page Magazine Article
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

As a member benefit, you can obtain a copy of an EAA-published magazine article listed above, free of charge, by calling EAA Membership Services at 1-800-564-6322. Please have the name of the magazine, year, month and page number ready when calling to make a request. Sorry, we cannot provide reprints of non-EAA magazine articles.

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