Designed and constructed by Charles Roloff, Carl Unger, and Bob Liposky, the Breezy was first introduced in 1965, and hailed as one of the most distinctive and unusual homebuilt designs to ever attend an EAA Fly-in. Though there have been a lot other designs, particularly homebuilts, that embody the open cockpit which trademarks a Breezy, nothing can surpass it for the view and fresh air feeling. The original Breezy was designed and built to accept a set of PA-12 wings. For that reason, there are no wing drawings with the plans. It is possible to substitute PA-14, PA-18, or J-3,4, or 5 wings. Itís also possible to order wing kits that replicate a J-3 wing. Power for the prototype, which now hangs in the EAA Aviation Museum in Oshkosh, WI, is a Continental C-90. The Breezy will carry a pilot and two passengers.
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I see a pilot and one passenger,where is the second passenger seated.
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Yes, the Breezy can be built with dual controls. It is up to the builder.