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Auster Model L

The Model L was the first low-wing design by the company. Responsible for its development was Mr.A.L.Wykes, and it owed much to the Auster, being little more than an Auster airframe with the wings mounted on the bottom of the fuselage.
Construction apparently started in 1944 as a 2/3 seat lightplane powered by a 130 h.p. Lycoming O-290-3 engine.
The prototype was almost completed but was abandoned after the death of Mr. A.L.Wykes in May 1944.
Engine: Lycoming O-290-3, 130 h.p.
Span: 28.0 ft
Length: 22 ft 5 in
Seat: 2-3
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