Auster J series
The Auster marque follows its heredity back to the Taylorcraft Airplanes (England) organization, which created Taylorcrafts under permit (portrayed independently), and fabricated in excess of 1600 spotter (Air Observation Post) air ship for Britain's Royal Air Force and Army (a significant number of which were exchanged to private administrators).
The principal common Auster (as the organization get to be known in 1946) was the Mk 5 J/1 Autocrat, which was basically like the military Mk V, yet had a Cirrus Minor 2 motor set up of the Mk 5's Lycoming, upholstered seats and a little number of different refinements.
The J/1 Autocrat served as the premise for a group of common flying machine. The beside show up was the two seat side by side J/2 Arrow family, with a 56kw (75hp) Continental, and was further formed into the J/4 Archer, which supplanted the Continental with a Cirrus Minor motor. The J/1n Alpha was an endeavor to expand deals and defeat the issues connected with fitting the Cirrus Minor motor to the J/1 with less gear and minor changes.
Most Auster J/5 models were four seaters with the exception of the beginning J/5 which was an Autocrat with an all the more influential motor, while the J/5b joined the augmented four seat lodge. The J/5f Aiglet coach was a completely aerobatic two seat mentor. The J/5d, presented in 1959, was the final one of the line and offered metal wing fights and ribs and Lycoming power (more than 160 were assembled, incorporating 150 in Portugal by OGMA under permit). Auster was assumed control by Beagle in 1960.
Pictures of Auster J series