André Starck Aircraft And Projects

Jemiba

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Just a very short list, but maybe someone can add some more.


AS.17 : Nenadovich wing racing aircraft, 1 engine, 1 seat, similar to AS.37
AS.20 : 1942, Nenadovich wing aircraft, 1 engine, 1 seat, 1 built
AS.27 Starcky : 1975, Nenadovich wing aircraft, 1 engine, 1 seat, 1 built
AS.37 (later AS.37A) : 1977, Nenadovich wing aircraft, 1 engine, 2 seats, 3 built
AS.37B : Two AS.37(A) modified with Porsche engines
AS.37B MINI STOL: Modification of the second AS.37B by Leo Knöpfli
(Star-Nickel SN.01: Modified AS.37A with tractor props)
AS.57 : 1946, low wing aircraft, 2 seats, 10 built with different engines
AS.70 Jac : 1946, low wing aircraft, 1 engine (Salmson radial) , 1 seat, 18 built with different engines
AS.71 : AS.70 with Walter Mikron engine
AS.72 : AS.70 with Salmson 9 adr radial engine
AS.75 : AS.70 with Continental A65 inline engine
AS.80 : 1947, high wing aircraft , 1 engine, 2 seats, 6 built with different engines
AS.90 New Look : 1949, shoulder wing aircraft (ULM), 1 engine, 1 seat, 2 built

Sources:

Pierre Gaillard, “Les Avions Francais 1944-1964”
http://www.aviafrance.com/
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Superlative work, Jens! Thank you so much for sharing your talent once again.
 

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Excellent my dear Jemiba,


AS.07 Stabiplan was a biplane glider
AS.10 was tandem two seat biplane led to develop the AS.20
AS.47 was mentioned in the magazine Avions,but I will check about it.
AS.73 was AS.70 with 40 hp Persy engine
AS.74 was AS.70 with 65 hp Continental engine
Starck Chanute-style glider


and for Knoepfli,


Knoepfli VSTOLSecond aircraft with new low set boom fuselage permitting a direct drive pusher engine installation behind cabin.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starck_AS-37
 

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Many thanks hesham !
Especially the AS.10 would be interesting, I think.
Any clues for a source for further searching ?
 

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"He next built a Mignet Pou-du-Ciel, followed by the first of his own designs, the A.S.10." Nothing more at Jane´s 1977/78.

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Hi,


AS.30 was two seat biplane project,derivative of AS.27
AS.50 and AS.51 was a three seat biplane projects,also derivative of AS.27


Source; Avions Magazine
 

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