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Rose Peregrine RP-5
The RP-5 Peregrine N13NG c/n 101 was a 1998 biplane with a 150hp Lycoming O-320 engine.
It won the biplane class in 2003.
On 11 September 2007, the Rose Peregrine RP-5 biplane appeared to experience difficulties almost immediately after takeoff, at about 1745 local time. Witnesses say smoke billowed from plane at less than 100 feet after takeoff from Reno Stead Airport, practicing for the start of the 2007 Reno National Championship Air Races. The pilot, from Lemon Grove, Calif., was dead on impact. The Rose Peregrine was based at Montgomery Field in San Diego, and owned by David Rose. Rose was reportedly not the accident pilot.
Another example has been registered as a Peregrine 4 N111AY.

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