Boisavia B.260 Anjou
The Boisavia B.260 Anjou was a four-seat twin-engine light aircraft developed in France in the 1950s. It was a low-wing cantilever monoplane of conventional configuration with retractable tricycle undercarriage but fabric-over-tube construction.
Intended by Boisavia as a touring aircraft, it did not find a market and only the single prototype was constructed, first flying on 2 June 1956. At this point, the firm, via NORD, sold the design to SIPA, which modified the design and re-engined it with Lycoming O-360 engines as the Sipavia Anjou, but found that they could not sell it either.
Plans to develop a stretched version with three extra seats and Potez 4D engines were also abandoned.
Avia France says 1 built. But Flight says at least 5 B.260 Anjou were built - or were under construction in 1955 - incl. 2 prototypes by Boisavia and 3 pre-production versions built by SNCAN at Meaulte.