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Scroggs The Last Laugh
 
 Scroggs-Laugh
Scroggs Last Laughi 1/72 model
 
Built by Roy B Scroggs in 1930, The Last Laugh was similar to a dartlike paper airplane, with a narrow delta-wing with about a 75-degree sweepback/ Powered by a 90hp Curtiss OX-5, it had elevons and twin rudders. Registered N10648, the pilot sat in a closed cabin under the "wing".
 
Scroggs prophesized that his airplane would one day revolutionize the entire air industry. The creation was test-flown successfully at an altitude of 10', and Scroggs predicted an eventual top speed of 300mph, but he, and his airplane, eventually faded away.
 
 
 
 


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