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Wainfan FMX-4 Facetmobile
An "experimental lifting-body sportplane," creation of Barnaby and Lynne Wainfan, and Rick Dean, took 2.5 years to develop and build. First flown on 22 April 1993, after 130 hours flight time, registered N117WD, it was damaged in a forced landing after the 2-stroke 46 horsepower engine malfunctioned at 500 agl. The plane landed at 28 mph and Barnaby walked away.
It was in reconstruction in 1999 with a Jabiru 4-cylinder replacement engine.


Engine: Rotax 503DC, 50hp
Wing span: 15'0"
Length: 19'6"
Useful load: 250 lb
Max speed: 110 mph
Cruise speed: 90 mph
Stall: 25-30 mph
Range: 200-250 mi
Ceiling: 11,000'
Empty wt: 370 lb
Seats: 1

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