A brief update to show you the latest additions to the Super Cub project: this time, the L-21 military version, in present-day configurations. The principle difference is the larger glass area at the rear of the cockpit.
The red-and-white is a second Extreme model, to accompany the other one (see website), with a 180 hp engine and modern "square" panel, plus the usual 35" bushwheels and all the other extreme bush-flying goodies.
The olive-green version represents a modern "restored" aircraft (note the registration under the stabiliser). Paint scheme strait from the military manual.
Ok, a non-L-21 flew in, too, but just to show some changes to the Classic version: new panel, new see-through lower door, and a subdued but non the less real-world paint scheme. This is the real work-horse of the present day Super Cub fleet, and will come with floats and skis, as well. Put an artificial-horizon in there in case you really have to get out there on poor-viz days or descend through clouds to get home.
All panels are based on real-world examples, with some changes. GPS's are removable. As are the belly pods, incidentally.
Still to come is a 95 hp L-21, of the type very popular in Europe today.
And then that should wrap everything up!
Hope you like.