The photo above was provided by Albert "Buster" Stone. It was built in 1978 but, due to Buster's health, only has 6 hours of flight time (as of February 1998.) If you look at the right hand aileron you will note it is up and the aileron is made in 2 sections. To provide better roll performance, Buster attached the out board section of flap to the inboard section of the aileron. This provides 1/3 more aileron area and does not significantly reduce the size of the flaps. Other modifications include a single piece canopy with a quick release system. This is kit number 100.

The red knob on the edge of the middle of the canopy is the "canopy release". Notice the recessed wing tip wheel which is visible in this picture.