Flaglor Scooter

A picture of the Flaglor Scooter

The Flaglor Scooter is an all-wood construction, fabric-covered homebuilt introduced in 1967.  Like many homebuilt aircraft, it is designed to be easy to build and maintain with the tools generally found in a home workshop.  Also in common with many other homebuilts it is powered by a modified automobile engine.  In this case a 1600 CC Volkswagen engine.  The Scooter was sold as a set of plans and with the addition of an engine cost about $7,500 to build.

Wingspan

27 ft 10 in.

Length

15 ft 6 in.

Height

6 ft

Weight

615 lbs (loaded)

Maximum Speed

100 MPH

Service Ceiling

10,000 ft

Range

175 miles

Engine

One 1600 cc Volkswagen engine with 36 horsepower

Crew

1

Manufacturer
Flaglor

Markings
Willard Monroe, Tucson, AZ, 1977

Designation
Scooter

Registration
N6WM

Serial Number
1000

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