Full size printed plans Peanut Scale "OKAY" model is of typical "stick-'n-tissue" construction.
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It's an OKAY Peanut!
Our guest Peanut author presents a little-known aircraft ... it didn't last long enough to be remembered, but it's designer/builder is still involved in aviation history.
Full size printed plan on a sheet 11” x 17”
Three page article with building notes and photos
By DON BUTMAN
"It is an Okay Airplane," John Leland Atwood insisted to himself. Thus, "Lee" Atwood 's career started in 1929 at Okay, Oklahoma, and led to the Space Division of Rockwell lnternational at Tulsa, Oklahoma, 30 miles away and 40 years later! The Okay Airplane Company became a victim of the "Great Depression," after producing the one plane presented here. The Okay airplane was never licensed due to stability problems and fell into disrepair after "Losing a Jug" of its Kinner engine, and landing in a cow pasture. The model is of typical "stick-'n-tissue" construction.