Golden Age Simulations announces their new development, the Fleet Finch Mk II.
The Fleet Finch is a two-seat tandem training bi-plane, produced in Ontario Canada for the RCAF. Between 1939 and 1941, a total of 431 aircraft were built to facilitate training at the beginning of WWII.
Over on their Facebook page, Golden Age treats us to some preview images of early development fuselage and engine rendering. The images show the 125hp Kinner B-5 Engine that powers the MkII. We are also told to expect another variant, the MkII ‘R’ which features the more powerful R-5 160hp engine.
To keep up with the progress of the development and to see more renders, visit the Golden Age Simulations Facebook Page.