Curtiss-Wright CW-1 Junior - (scan - 1996)

2-place, parasol-wing monoplane sold for just $1490 in 1931. Originally equipped with 3-cylinder Szekely radial engine of 45 hp, had top speed of 80 mph, cruising speed of 70 mph, landing speed of 28 mph, and flight time of up to 3 hours. Because of pusher engine, pilot and passenger enjoyed almost unobstructed view. Production ended 1932 because of the Depression.

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