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This is a book I just got by Herbert Beaujon,Herbert designed 7 simple amazing ultralights and I have done my online research to see if anyone has built and flown any of this Ultralights called beajon enduro, flybike,minimac and mac .07
.....but I couldn't find any pic or vid of any these ultralights in flight,these planes were "the bomb" in the 1970s,so have you seen any of them in flight?
 

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Ultralight state of the art in the 1970s, when people were thrilled to hop the length of the runway, is marginal by today's standards.
 

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This is a book I just got by Herbert Beaujon,Herbert designed 7 simple amazing ultralights and I have done my online research to see if anyone has built and flown any of this Ultralights called beajon enduro, flybike,minimac and mac .07
.....but I couldn't find any pic or vid of any these ultralights in flight,these planes were "the bomb" in the 1970s,so have you seen any of them in flight?
Back in the day I wanted to build a Whing Ding but never did ... and now I'm quite glad i didn't:


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