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Stampe-Renard SR-6
The unique SR-6 by Stampe-Renard owed much to the Stampe SV-4. Specially developed for aerobatic training in 1949, the Stampe Renard SR-6 was a single seat biplane powered by a 185 hp Mathis G.7R engine.
The aircraft first flew as OO-SRX in 1949 and was also briefly tested in Belgian AF colours while the letter "X" of its civilian registration remained on the fuselage.
The registration was cancelled in April 1954 and the aircraft was scrapped.

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