Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation
PIK PIK-11, PIK-15 and PIK-19 (Finland)
The PIK-11 was the first powered aeroplane to be built by the club and flew in 1953. The PIK-15 Hinu was a two-seat glider-towing aircraft. The similar PIK-19 was intended for series production but did not achieve this.
PIK-15 Hinu glider-towing aircraft (150 hp Lycoming O-320-A2B engine)
Earlier PIK-15 OH-YHB bears an obvious resemblance to the PIK-19
Prototype PIK-19 Muhinu two-seat glider-towing aircraft (160 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
PIK-19 Muhinu OH-MHX, another Finnish design, towed a glider
PIK-15 two-seat light aircraft (150 hp Lycoming engine)