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Barry, 04.03.2016 13:16

Span 40'2" Length 24'7" Height 6'9" Empty Weight 1,226 lb Max t/o Weight 2,260 lb
Walter Scarab engine Max Speed 128 mph Cruising Speed 110 mph


john raptis, e-mail, 09.03.2011 02:42

I knew of this airplane where it was flown every day.
It was flown every day out of Stinson airport La grange airport Ill. There should have been more of them. This one had a Warner engine of 145 hp or a 165 HP. I wonder if there are a few still flying.Good airplane.About 1936-1938


Richard Cole, e-mail, 14.09.2010 17:34

I feel that these planes have something that has been lost in later aircraft, To me they possess a beauty which is all conquering, I really wish I had an 'aw' to fly & I wish that fellow on another site had named the airfield that the plane was rotting away on. To sum it up "beautiful"


David, e-mail, 05.06.2010 12:51

No struts in the '20s for the wings! Wonder why they only did it with 2 other planes in the '60s to '80s time frame, while the rest have struts on the wings.




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