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Vidervol-Szaraz VS-1 Daphne



The Daphne was an original homebuilt design of Arpad 'Art' Szaraz and produced in association with James Vidervol. Development took four years and the construction of the prototype aircraft was carried out by Vidervol and Szaraz in Cleveland OH.
Registered N847Z (c/n 961) the aircraft made the first flight on October 4, 1961, fitted with an 85 hp Continental C85-8 engine, which was later replaced by a 90 hp Continental C90. Flown by Vidervol, it was prototype for Szaraz SDS-1A.
The aircraft was still on the register for 2013.
Developed into the Szaraz SDS-1A Daphne.
Vidervol-Szaraz VS-1
Engine: Continental C-85-8, 85hp
Wing span: 29'0"
Length: 21'0"
Useful load: 526 lb
Max speed: 130 mph
Cruise speed: 118 mph
Stall: 40 mph
Range: 450 miles
Seats: 2






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