Posted: 12/14/2009 16:17:48
This plane was designed by Airmotive Engineers of Mt.Clemens, Michigan in the early 70's. Does anyone have
information on blueprints or construction plans that might be available?
Posted: 12/15/2009 07:27:53
I had tried to write Airmotive Engineers in the 80's and had the letter returned stamped "Return to Sender" I wrote to the FAA database owner several times in the 90's at addresses I believed to be the owner, in addition to the address in the FAA database. Those too came back "Return to Sender".
The aircraft was certainly attractive when I saw it at Oshkosh . I took a number of photos of the EOS in early morning shots when I was at Oshkosh. The shapes were nice even with the cowl that had to cover the VW after the problems Hirth had with releasing a working engine.
I picked up a sheet from the EOS wing at that time stating plans were to be released. I had even filled out a card with my name and handed it to the person who had done the flyby flight. I assume that sheet was just determining the actual interest and the aircraft never progressed from the working plans stage. I hope I'm wrong and plans are lurking out there. If someone has working drawings for the EOS please contact me too! I would like to get them scanned so there is some record of what was done at the very least.
Posted: 12/31/2009 11:16:51
I also saw the airplane.. Do you have some pics I could pull up and look at. I had a broshure at one time but after this many
years I don't have it any more.. Thanks email@example.com Kenneth L McDonald
Posted: 1/2/2010 10:25:34
It may be a few months but we are looking for the EOS photos.