The Acro II is a two-seat aerobatic sportsplane designed by US aviation enthusiast Paul Poberezny in the 1970s for amateur construction. It is an enlarged version of his previous Acro Sport I sized up to carry two persons. Plans are available through Acro Sport in Wisconsin. The Acro Sport II is a short-span biplane of conventional taildragger configuration typically built with open cockpits and spatted main undercarriage.
Made by Acro Sport.
It is the successor of the Acro Sport I .