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Ikenga Cygnus 21-P2 Autogiro

Available to Museums and Collectors

Designed and constructed for:

Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Inc.

Following ten years as a featured exhibit of the G-WIZ Science and Technology Museum in Sarasota, Florida, USA, and due to the museum's present closure, the SHI/Ikenga Cygnus 21/P2 Autogiro, commissioned by Sumitomo Heavy Industry, Ltd., of Japan, is offered to science and technology museums, cultural heritage museums, and to collectors of rare aircraft.

Specifications - pdf.file download:


The SHI/Ikenga Cygnus 21/P2 Autogiro is sister ship to the Ikenga 530Z Autogiro now residing in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC.

David Gittens is the designer/builder of this recreational kit-built aircraft which is in pristine condition; it was never flown as the project was discontinued due to security concerns in Japan.