Grahame-White E.6 Bantam
 
The Grahame-White G.W.E.6 Bantam was a single-seat sporting biplane, designed by M Boudot the Bantam was a conventional biplane powered by a nose-mounted 80hp (60kW) Le Rhône rotary engine with a single open cockpit.
Two examples were built of this small single-seat sporting biplane, and registered K.150 (G.W.E.6) and K.153 (G.W.E.6A), and a third example was flown in South Africa in the 1920s.
 
Two aircraft took part in the 1919 Aerial Derby at Hendon Aerodrome, but neither finished the race.
 
The E.6 was developed into the Express Air Mail aircraft.
 
Engine: 1 × Le Rhône 9C, 80 hp (60 kW)
Wingspan: 20 ft 0 in (6.1 m)
Length: 16 ft 6 in (5.03 m)
Empty weight: 640 lb (290 kg)
Gross weight: 995 lb (451 kg)
Maximum speed: 100 mph (160 km/h)
Crew: 1