Szaraz SDS-1A Daphne / SD-1A Daphne
Evolved from the Vidervol-Szaraz VS-1, the Szaraz SD-1A Daphne is a homebuilt aircraft that was designed by Art Szaraz and Bernie Darmstadt for efficiency competitions.
The Daphne is a two place side-by-side configuration strut-braced high-wing, conventional landing gear equipped homebuilt. The fuselage uses welded steel tubing with aircraft fabric covering. The wings are wood, with one-piece plywood ribs. Both ailerons and flaperons have been installed on the design.
The first three examples were built on the same jigs at Art Szaraz's workshop. At least fifteen were built. At least 26 were under construction by Jan 1970.