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Miller Lil’ Rascal

The “Lil’ Rascal” by Merle B. Miller began flight testing in early 1978. This biplane makes use of a steel-tube fuselage and tail section covered with Stits Poly-Fibre Dacron. The wings are constructed of spruce and plywood and are covered with same fabric. The landing gear is the nonretractable tailwheel type, and seating is for two persons in a side-by-side open cockpit. The standard 85-hp engine turns a fixed-pitch prop.

Gross Wt. 1100 lb
Empty Wt. 600 lb
Fuel capacity 12 USG
Wingspan 20 ft 8 in
Length 15 ft 3 in
Engine 85-hp Con-tinental
Top speed est: 110 mph
Cruise est: 90 mph
Stall est: 58 mph

 

 

 


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