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The Baby Great Lakes was designed as a homebuilt scaled-down Great Lakes 2T-1 intended for aerobatics and cruising.  Powered by a 80-hp Continental A-75, this aircraft can be airborne in 5 seconds from a dead stop and has a climb rate of 2,000 feet per minute.

Designed by Andrew Oldfield, the Baby Great Lakes was first flown in 1954.





Type: Homebuilt
Engine: one 80 hp (59 kW) Continental A-75

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