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Snyder Buzzard

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The Snyder Buzzard was a light sport aircraft produced in the United States during the early 1930s. The designer/builder was Bud Snyder.

Design and development

Designed to fill the lowest segment of the civil aviation market, the Buzzard was a single-seat single-engine fabric-covered aircraft of conventional configuration.

The wing was parasol-mounted. The Template:Convert ABC Scorpion engine, mounted atop the wing, drove a pusher propeller



See also

Related development

Comparable aircraft


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