Designed by Rene Tessier and built in 1963, the Tessier Biplane is a single place homebuilt biplane.
The Tessier biplane is a single place tube and fabric construction aircraft with conventional landing gear. The wing spar is wood and ribs are plywood. The original engine was a Volkswagen air-cooled engine which was replaced with a Lawrance L-5 radial engine.
The original Tessier Biplane belongs to the EAA AirVenture Museum, but is neither airworhty nor on display.
Powerplant: 1 × Lawrance L-5 Five cylinder radial