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Condor Aero Shoestring K-10




The aircraft first flew in 1949 and entered its first competition race in 1950. One of the more successful racers complying with Formula 1 race requirements, a set of plans were taken during a major rebuild.
Constructed from the conventional combination of steel tubing, wood, and fabric, the racer is powered by a 100-hp 0-200 Continental engine. By 1974, the Shoestring racer had accumulated 14 first places in major air race competitions. Other recommended engines are the Continental 85-and 90-hp versions.



Engine: 85-100 hp.
Span: 19’.
Wing area: 66 sq.ft.
Length: 17’8”.
Max wt: 800 lbs.
Empty wt: 565 lbs.
ROC: 3000 fpm.
Max speed: 225 mph.
Stall: 65 mph.
Cruise: 173 kts.
Fuel cap: 10 USG.
Takeoff run 500 ft.
Range 360 miles.
Seats: 1.


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