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Russell Light Monoplane
Salmson powered Russell
The Russell Light Monoplane is a plans-built design dating to 1929, when the plans could be obtained through Flying & Glider Manual, The Sportplane Authority of America and other publications.
Salmson powered Russell
It was intended to use a converted 4-cylinder Henderson motorcycle engine for power and built of wood with wire bracing. Covered with fabric, the Russell was relatively easy and inexpensive to build though it was never intended for tall people to fly it as it is really small.
1929 Flying & Glider Manual. The Russell-Henderson Light Monoplane is shown lower right on the cover.
Salmson powered Russell

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