This was the ramp in front of the Zenith factory earlier today: two burgundy and gray light aircraft visited today:

The high wing is Mike Schlichtman's STOL CH 750 and the other is Randy Schlitter's Rans S-19 LSA.

Mike's nice STOL CH 750 is nearly identical to our factory demo version - both are powered by the six cylinder Jabiru 3300 engine. Roger had the chance to fly it, reporting that it flies very well (while I had to go to the dentist and discuss bikes with Randy - ouch!).

Here's a video clip of the two STOL CH 750 aircraft together (thanks Steve for the videography):

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Comment by dan glaze on May 5, 2010 at 9:45pm
thanks guys, i have my 750 rudder finished and my william wynne corvair 100 hp engine about 85% complete, cant wait untill im in the air, but seems like a long way to go Dan

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