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Discuss specific issues relating to a particular canard type, model, kit or set of plans.
AeroCanard SB, FG, SX and RG models (plans and kits based on the Cozy Mark IV)
A high-performance kitplane by Dave Ronnenberg based on the Long-EZ
For the 3 place Cozy III and the Cosy Classic from Europe.
Chapter-specific discussion relating to the Cozy Mark IV
A true 4-place twin-engine canard aircraft originally offered as plans
A plans-built derivative of the single-place Quickie made available as plans and kits.
A Long-EZ derivative with side-by-side seating designed by Shirl Dickey
The "french canard", a composite made of wood and foam, smaller than a Long-EZ.
Perhaps the most popular tandem 2-place canard from Rutan Aircraft Factory
The Open-EZ project is a generic set of supplemental drawings that can be used to build a tandem 2-place canard aircraft.
Initially a Rutan design that was further developed as a kit by Quickie Aircraft Corporation
A German-designed (Gyroflug) certified canard similar to a VariEze (sold to FFG)
From KLS Composites, originally known as the 'Speed Queen'
A light tandem canard preceding the Long-EZ and Quickie models
Rutan Aircraft Factory's first canard.
A 4-place kit-plane derivative of the Long-EZ, sold by Velocity Aircraft
Any other canard aircraft, plans and kits, in or out of business are always interesting...