De Schelde Scheldemusch
The Scheldemusch, a single-seat sports aircraft with a six-metre wing span and an empty weight of 185kg. Its price was Dfl. 2,500, and its operating costs, including depreciation, maintenance etc., amounted to Dfl. 9per hour. This small aircraft was designed in 1935 by the former Pander designer, Mr Slot, for the Royal Company De Schelde. The Scheldemusch was the first production light aircraft with a steerable nosewheel.