The Alaparma Baldo was an unusual two-seat light monoplane produced in Italy shortly after World War II. Designed by Adriano Mantelli it featured an egg-shaped fuselage with cabin doors that hinged upwards and to the back. The conventional tailplane with single fin and rudder was carried on twin booms either side of a pusher engine installation. The undercarriage consisted of a single mainwheel under the fuselage pod a small tailwheel not far behind it and outrigger wheels on the wingtips.
Made by Alaparma.