Chuck’s Glider Supplies of Ohio
USHGA region 9 director Chuck Slusarczyk was an innovator in hang gliding and, subsequently, in powered ultralights.(1)
The colors of Slusarczyk’s Brock 82 matched those of his vehicle. (I am sure the color match was better than it appears in these images, which are from old film and not first generation.) Its asymmetric variation of the Brock standard sail pattern in 1974 is reminiscent of the patterns used by NASA (Chuck’s earlier employer) in its test aircraft and spacecraft during the 1960s.
In the film of Chuck’s momentary battle with the wind curling along the lake-shore bluffs (see under External links) the flute (or whatever) music accompanying it does not impart the appropriate ambiance for that situation!
Elberta Dune, Michigan, July 1974
Ultralight Products of California and Utah
Chuck Slusarczyk flying a Brock 82 in Soaring and Gliding Festivals 1973-1974, a digitized ‘Super 8’ (8 millimetre) film on YouTube by John Elwell, starting at 35 minutes 1 second
Chuck Slusarczyk tying a glider onto his vehicle in 1974 Hang Gliding Frankfort Michigan Part 1 of 4 by Robert E. Lorey, starting at 7 minutes 47 seconds. (The scene immediately following that is of young Hall Brock, for which see the Ultralight Products related topic.)
Chuck Slusarczyk entry on the US Hawks forum
Hawks and their History, A look at CGS Aviation and its Roots by Dan Johnson, 2004
1. Ground Skimmer, April 1975
2. Tom Peghiney writing in Ground Skimmer, July 1973