Full Size Printed Peanut Scale Plans Eaves Cougar won a trophy at the AMA Nats
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Here's a swell-flying Peanut model of a home- built plane from the 50s. Outdoors it won a trophy at the AMA Nats
One Full size Printed plan on an 11” x 17” sheet
Two Pages of notes and photos
By PERRY PETERSON
In 1958 Leonard and Rita Eaves, of Oklahoma City, completed construction of their beautiful Cougar home-built two-place aircraft which they called "Chigger:' The cowl on their bright red Cougar was more stream lined than most of the other Cougars built during that time. Mr. Eaves accomplished this by moving the induction system to the rear of the 85 hp engine.
The appearance of this plane is a welcome change from the dozens of square flat-nosed Cougars usually found at most peanut scale contests.