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Mercury N-1 NX28646
 
The Mercury N-1 of 1940 was a two place all-metal monoplane featuring a unique X-spar, slotted cantilever wing with interchangeable front and rear spars. Only the one was built, NX28646, and retractable landing gear was planned for production models, of which none were built. The N-2 designation was apparently for this one, and specs were the same except for higher speeds (projected: Maximum 155 mph / Cruise 138 mph / Stall 55mph).
 
Production was curtailed by the war but the design reappeared in 1947 as the Midwest Mercury.
 
N-1
Engine: Lycoming GO-145, 75hp
Wing span: 30'0"
Length: 20'6"
Useful load: 610 lb
Max speed: 142 mph
Cruise speed: 138 mph
Stall: 43 mph
Range: 450 mi
Seats: 2
 
 
 
 


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