The Anderson Greenwood AG-14 is a two-seat utility aircraft developed in the United States shortly after World War II. It is an all-metal, shoulder-wing monoplane of pod-and-boom configuration, equipped with a pusher propeller, side-by-side seating and fixed tricycle undercarriage. The prototype first flew in 1947. 5 production aircraft were built, and in May 2009 they were still on the US registry.
A paragraph describing the real plane's flight characteristics (I'm sure it applies to this model, to a degree):
Furthermore, please note that there is only one rudder, sited on the left vertical stabilizer. The rudder area is small and is ineffective at low airspeeds above stall. Stalls are really just forward mushes at about 10 degrees nose up but with great altitude loss. Relax the up elevator pressure and you are flying again. The great dihedral gives excellent lateral stability, but with little fuselage fore and aft area there is some yaw in all but the most settled air. There is only limited slip capability.
3D model by jeffpn
Colorscheme by Maj. Numbskully
Physics by dhk79
Standard 4 channel controls, plus flaps on the knob