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Doyle Oriole

 
William Burke of the Vulcan Last Company backed the Wilson and Harvey Doyle plan to build a two-place, tandem, open-cockpit parasol sportplane and the Vulcan Aircraft Division began design work in a rented second floor room and construction in a former street car barn in Portsmouth.
 
The resulting Vulcan American Moth was a hit, but the relationship among the principles was deteriorating and the Doyle brothers left to start their own Doyle Aircraft Company in Baltimore. They produced fourteen Doyle Orioles which were similar to the Moth before bankruptcy ended the effort.
 
 
 
 
 


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