Producers of piston engines, ABC Motors Ltd of
Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, built one single-seat
cabin monoplane, designed by A. A. Fletcher and
known as the ABC Robin. It first flew in June 1929 at
Brooklands, powered by ABC's 40hp Scorpion
engine, but was scrapped in 1932.
|jack Shettle, e-mail, 10.05.2012 22:07|
As there was only one ABC Robin built there seems to be many discrepancies. So notes say that the wing was swept back others that the LE was straight from tip to tip. The photo above shows the windscreen as round but this was not the case. Any comments please
|Victor Larsen, e-mail, 18.08.2007 17:33|
I have not seen this picture before. Now I know how the aircraft was refueled. The windscreen pivots out of the way. The fuel cap is located inside of the w /s. V. Larsen
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