Designed by Burt Sisler it was awarded the outstanding design contribution at the Oshkosh EAA convention in 1973. The Cygnet is scratch built aircraft with forward swept shoulder wings. The wooden wing spans thirty feet and has a latice type matrix of interlace wood to absorb torsional loads. This aircraft fuselage is built of 4130 steel tubing and the entire aircraft is covered in fabric while the cockpit and engine cowling are constructed from sheet alloy.

      This aircraft has a side by side seating  and is very stable with excellent take of and climb proformance using a VW powered 60 hoursepower engine.

     It has ample range and baggage capacity for cross country flying.  Avgas or Petrol can be used