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 Curtiss-Wright CR-1 Skeeter
 
Designed by Karl White and Walter Beech, the CR-1 Skeeter, open cockpit, monoplane parasol wing design is thought to be from the Snyder Buzzard Light Plane, the rights to which were purchased in July 1930 by Curtiss, although White later claimed to have actually begun a similar preliminary design long before that while working with Beech at Travel Air Co.
 
First flown on 5 October 1930 piloted by Lloyd Child, only one was built, N607V, considered the prototype for the 1931 CW-1 series.
 
Engine: ABC Scorpion, 24hp pusher
Wingspan: 39'6"
Length: 21'3"
Seats: 2
 
 
 
 


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