Weight & dimensions
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The Nesmith Cougar was designed by Robert Nesmith in the mid-1950s as a light aircraft marketed for homebuilding. It featured wide short high-wings and a single piece steel tube undercarriage. The aircraft has a maximum speed of up to 170 Kts and a travel range of 650 Nms.