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Guys--


I was thumbing thru an old Homebuilt Airplanes yesterday (about '87 or so) and found an article about the Acrocat. It was a mid-wing, lower-strut braced 200HP acro bird being built by a fellow in Florida. Had a swept wing---looked kinda weird, but cool at the same time.


In the article---they mentioned 2 biplanes he had built and was apparantly selling plans for---the Tomcat and the Topcat. I'd heard of them in passing---but know nothing little about them. Anyone have any idea if they exist---or what they were?
 

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