Rand-Robinson KR-1 / KR-2
Страна: США
Год: 1972

Single-seat homebuilt lightweight sporting aircraft
Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation

Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation

Rand Robinson KR-1 (USA)
   Single-seat lightweight sporting monoplane, plans for which are available to amateur constructors (about 6,000 sets sold by February 1979).

Rand Robinson KR-2 (USA)
   Slightly larger two-seat version of the KR-1, plans and kits for which are available to amateur constructors (about 4,500 sets of plans and 2,800 kits sold by February 1979)
Rand Robinson KR-1 single-seat homebuilt aircraft c36 hp Volkswagen 1,200 cc engine)
This Rand KR-1 single-seater was homebuilt by Arnol I. Sellars of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Powered by a Revmaster 1700cc Volkswagen conversion, it cruises at 115 m.p.h. on 3 US gal of fuel per hour. It cost $3,000 and took 3 1/2 years to build.
Prototype of the Rand Robinson KR-2 two-seat homebuilt lightweight aircraft
Rand Robinson KR-2.