Ford 15-P NX999E
Designed by Henry Karcher the 1932 Ford 15-P was a tailless delta-wing experiment with rear-mounted motor, and a driveshaft running between the seats. Metal-clad fuselage, fabric-covered wings; full-panted gear. One was built, NX999E (some photos show NC402 which was a dummy registration), which made a few short test flights, but was damaged in an accident, and placed in storage. Although the license for this "flying wing" project was briefly renewed in 1936, there is no company record of further development.
Engine: Ford V-8, 115hp