Adcox Student Prince
Adcox Student Prince NC10471 s/n 2
The Adcox Student Prince was a two-seat open-cockpit biplane designed by Basil Smith and built by the students of the US Adcox Aviation Trade School in 1929. It was based on the one-off Adcox Special, and the first example flew on 17 September 1929 (piloted by Basil Smith), powered by an85hp Cirrus Mk III. The Cirrus, with inherent dependability problems, was soon replaced by 100hp Kinner K-5.
A single example of a Student Prince X (NC10686) was produced in 1931 powered by a 90hp ACE engine.
A total of six were built.
A total of six were builtof which only 3 were certificated (NC263V, X828M, NC893K) under ATC 2-258. The other three being restricted to flights within Oregon. The last one ended up certificated after WW2 as an amateur-built aircraft.
Engine: 1 × Cirrus Mk III, 85 hp (63 kW)
Wingspan: 30 ft 3 in (9.22 m)
Length: 23 ft 6 in (7.16 m)
Useful load: 585 lb
Maximum speed: 110 mph (177 km/h; 96 kn)
Cruise: 85 mph
Stsll: 37 mph
Range: 500 mi (434 nmi; 805 km)