Shenyang No.1
 
With a Chinese built 160 hp M-11FR engine in a helmeted cowling, and rounded wingtips, the Aviation College in Shanghai built the prototype in 75 days. It flew in the winter of 1958-59 and production of passenger, liasion, ambulance and agricultural versions was said to be planned.
The wings were fitted with full span slots and split flaps. Normal accommodation is for a pilot and three passengers.
 
Span: 41 ft 4 in
Length: 28 ft 10.5 in
Wing area: 257 sq.ft
Gross weight; 2645 lb
Max speed: 121 mph
Service ceiling: 11,500 ft