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Abrams Aircraft Corp P-1 Explorer



Explorer - a twin-boom pusher monoplane of 1936, to the design of Talbert Abrams. Encorporated a fully-glazed nose.




Designed by Talbert Abrams and Kenneth Ronan, a prototype, X19897, was constructed by Ronan & Kunzl of Marshall MI. Created as a photo-survey plane with a service ceiling of 21,000', first flown in November 1937, it was repowered with 450hp supercharged Wright in 1938. Only the one was ever built.
The Explorer is stored with the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, awaiting restoration.


Engine: Wright R-975, 330hp
Wingspan: 36'0"
Length: 26'6"
Useful load: 1410 lb
Max speed: 185 mph
Cruise: 165 mph
Stall: 66 mph
Range: 1400 mi
Engine: Wright, 450hp
Wingspan: 36'0"
Length: 26'6"
Max speed: 200 mph
Cruise: 185 mph
Stall: 66 mph





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