Barnhart Wampus Kat

1930

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Barnhart Wampus Kat

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Graham Clayton, e-mail, 13.02.2021 05:22

The only aircraft manufactured in Pasadena. One of the unusual features was a control by which either or both motors may be operated. The location of the hangar where the Twin 15 was destroyed is now part of the Altadena Golf Course.

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Barry, 30.06.2016 18:38

Designed by the aviation pioneer George Edward "Eddie" Barnhart and constructed at the C.R.Little Aircraft Works Pasadena the Barnhart Twin 15 was a twin engined four passenger aircraft. I made it's first flight in 1920 and was wrecked in a storm the following year.

Span 50'0" Length 30'10" Height 11'0" Wing area 485 sq ft
Gross weight 4.015 lb

Cruising speed 90 mph Service ceiling 11,600 ft

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