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Caproni Ca.13 Milano I
The thirteenth airplane model designed and built by aviation pioneer Gianni Caproni in Vizzola Ticino. It was a two-seat, rather conventional tractor wing-warper monoplane, generally of Blériot lines, which flew for the first time in June 1912. Two examples were built, powered by 70 hp Anzani radials, which proved problematic. The "Milano I" was the second, donated by Caproni to the Società Italiana Aviazione in July 1912.

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