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The Gere Sport was an American single-seat sport biplane of the 1930s. Designed for amateur construction by George E Gere, Jr. (known as Bud Gere) while a young student at the University of Minnesota. It was later used as the basis of the 1970s EAA Biplane.

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Discussion Gere Sport wing tubes - FlyingGiants
15 years ago a friend gave me a Bud Nosen Gere Sport biplane that had been damaged. the top wing is broken in half. I want to rebuild it with a wing tube so I don't have to transport an eight foot wing. the wing is about 1 7/8 thick and a cord of ...
Author: Fireflier  (13 Mar 2014)
NEW Bud Nosen 1933 Gere Sport Bipe plans - RC Canada
I have plans and templates for a Bud Nosen 1933 Gere Sport Bipe. Scale 5.07" = 1' Span (top) 96.25" Span (bottom) 90.25" Area 2,790 Weight 14.5 lbs. Length 79" Power .60 - .80. Stap Span 32.5" Designed Drawn and Produced by Bud ...
Author: repeter_246  (18 Oct 2012)
NZ Civil Aircraft: Gere Sport Biplanes of New Zealand
The Gere Sport Biplane was designed by American George Gere in the 1930's and plans were published in the 1933 edition of Modern Mechanix and Inventions magazine (This magazine also published plans for the Pietenpol Aircamper in ...
Author: Sir Minty  (18 Aug 2012)

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