Designed by Shirl Dickey, this American homebuilt aircraft first flew in 1984. It is based on the Rutan Long-EZ and features similar characteristics. There are apparently 3 versions; the Mark I comes with a Buick V8 car converted engine. the Mark II features an aircraft engine. the King Racer offers a larger cockpit. By 1998, the company reported 4 airworthy aircraft. By 1999, this number has risen to 6. In December 2013, 15 examples were registered with the FAA.
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