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 1960s EAA Biplane.
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How do you scale a pilot to a plane? Any tips? | FSDeveloper
I had to "wear" an old biplane I used to own, a Gere Sport (for-runner to the EAA Biplane). It was such a tight fit that I really did feel like I was wearing it. I let someone sit in the cockpit one day, and that's what they said (feels like I'm wearing it), ...
Author: lionheart (13 Apr 2015)
"RCM *Gere Sport* Article and Plan" | R/C Modeler Plan and ...
February 2nd 2015. R/C Modeller Plan and Article Series March 1976. RCM Plan # 635. Gere Sport. Click on the pictures to enlarge for better reading. Posted 2nd February by James Hatton. 0 ...
Author: James Hatton (2 Feb 2015)
November Register Review | Australian Aviation
RSD/5 Gere Sport 01 15/7/14 David Shaw, 609 Glenmore La, Woodstock, NSW, 2793. RVZ/2 PA-28-140 Cherokee 28-20420 28/7/14 Nicholas Kendall, 30 Forestdale Dr, Forestdale, Qld, 4118. RXJ/1 Cessna 150G 15065174 11/7/14 Noel ...
Author: australianaviation.com.au (30 Oct 2014)