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San Diego Aeroplane Mfg 1910 [2]



The second San Diego Aeroplane Mfg Co aircraft of 1910 was based on the prevailing Curtiss design. A single place, open cockpit biplane powered by a 25hp Cameron engine, Walsh succeeded in making two flights on 3 April 1910, and, with several design modifications and an Elbridge motor, continued exhibition and competition flights in Southern California into 1911.
A similar craft, with a Hall-Scott motor, was used by Walsh for exhibition work throughout the nation in 1911-12, but he was known to have also used Curtiss-built planes, while a member of the Curtiss Exhibition Co team.

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