Carl Goldberg Eaglet 50

by Mark
(New Mexico)


If you can get your hands on one, this is a great little trainer. Stable, predictable and forgiving, this trainer offered many great flights.


This only came in a kit, but was quite easy to build in a few weekends. I built one in the 80's when I was a kid. I guess I've never really grown up, because I'm building another one right now. I intend to teach my son how to fly using the exact same model.

It will even have the period correct engine I put on it way back when: The O.S. Max 25FP.

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