There’s an undeniable attraction to mobile machines built ugly for a special purpose. Think battle tank, harbor tug, tunnel mole, chemical tanker and garbage trucks of every stripe. Now add to this group of mechanical unseemlies the bug-eyed Seeker. Designed for seeing rather than being seen, the aircraft is as practical as its visage is, well, unusual. The two-place pusher has a wraparound windscreen reminiscent of the Bell 47 and large side windows. The high wing gives those ...


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