Gallaudet A-1 Bullet

Gallaudet A-1

The A-1 Bullet of 1912 had a streamlined, four-sided, wood fuselage with a three-bladed prop mounted on the tail, driven by extended crankshaft from the fully-enclosed motor. It was twice as fast as biplanes of the era.
Engine: 100hp Gnôme
Wingspan: 31'11"
Length: 20'7"
Top speed: 125 mph
Seats: 1