Australian aircraft manufacturer Brumby Aircraft has bought the type certificate for the Victa Aircruiser 210 and will put the four-seater back into production.
The Victa Aircruiser was first certified in March 1967, but was never put into production after Victa withdrew from aircraft manufacture after the federal government refused to protect the local industry with import tariffs.
A prototype Aircruiser is still flying in Australia as VH-MVR, based in Bega.
The first Aircruiser flight was in September 1966, and the plan was to offer the aircraft with either 180 or 210 HP Lycoming motors.
Brumby Aircraft has confirmed their Aircruisers will be built with an option of 180 HP and 300 HP engines.