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Experimental >200kts (N707LC)

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C Anderson
Super Pinto. The key word is SUPER. Had a ride-along in one of these several years ago, flown by a gentleman named Frank Guzman from Venice, Florida. This is an excellent photo of an extremely impressive little airplane.
sam kuminecz
Temco TT-1 pinto used by us navy
cliff731
This one isn't a Temco TT-1 Pinto nor a Super Pinto.

The aircraft in the photo is a PZL TS-11 Iskra, a jet trainer aircraft designed and built in Poland.

Their appearances are remarkably similar and the Temco design flew first by almost 4 years.
sam kuminecz
This looks like a PZL TS-11 iskra polish trainer
sam kuminecz
Cliff is right...N707LC is a 1971 PZL TS-11
cliff731
Sam, thank you for the kind words... and I'll add that some might call this jet a "Spark"!
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