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Mono Aircraft Corp / Monocoupe

Mono Aircraft Corp was formed at Moline, Illinois, manufacturing a series of two-seat, high-wing cabin monoplanes during 1920s and 1930s, including Monocoupe 70 with Velie radial engine and Monocoupe 110 powered by Warner Scarab. Company acquired by Lambert Aircraft Corporation July 1934. In a succession of acquisitions and amalgamations the Mono identity disappeared, but the Monocoupe configuration influenced many later designs.

 

1928: Mono-Aircraft Corp (pres: W L Velie),
1616 McGee St,
Moline IL.
USA
 
1929: Allied Aviation Industries Inc (pres: W L Velie Jr).
 
 

 

 


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