Specially developed for aerobatic training in 1949, the Stampe Renard SR-6 was a single seat biplane powered by a 185 hp
Mathis G.7R engine. Having received the civilian registration OO-SRX the aircraft briefly wore Belgian Air Force roundels
while the letter "X" of its civilian registration remained on the fuselage. Only one SR-6 was ever built.
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