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Bede NAC Dream
Designed by Jim Bede, the Dream was to be an affordable airplane.
The NAC Dream featured leading edge wing slots and spoilers for glidepath control, in addition to ailerons. The spoiler control lever is used by the same hand as the throttle. The ailerons had a 2-to-1 differential.
The fuel tank is mounted on the centre of gravity.
A prototype only was built in 1983 and in 1984 it was to be sold with a 35 hp Cuyuna 430-2UL engine at a target price of $7200 ready to fly.
Jim Bede was contracted by a development group and plans were to market the aircraft by a company named NAC under the name Dream.
Jim Bede





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