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Schauss 1931 Parasol monoplane
 
Designed and built by Al Schauss in 1931, the two place, open cockpit high wing monoplane was scratch-built with no prior knowledge or experience (even the hand-carved propeller).
 
This was also the parasol in which Schauss learned to fly (after its test flight by flight instructor Wally Neuman).
 
Powered by a 120hp Salmson 9 engine and registered N10599, it was destroyed in a hangar fire.
 
 
 
 


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