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Laird-Turner LTR 14 Pesco
(Lawrence) Brown Pesco Special




The Laird-Turner LTR 14 Pesco (or (Lawrence) Brown Aircraft Co Special / Pesco Special) was designed by Howard Barlow and Roscoe Turner, and built by the (Lawrence) Brown Aircraft Co of Montebello CA., USA, in 1937. It was sometimes known as the Turner-Laird because of its Laird-built wings, originally 22'0".
Registered NR263Y Ring-Free Meteor, it was renamed by Turner in 1938 for sponsor Pesco Pump Co, and won the 1938 and 1939 Thompson Trophies.
Engine: P&W Twin Wasp, 1830 hp
Wingspan: 25'0"
Length: 23'0"
Max speed: 330 mph
Stall: 87 mph
Seats: 1





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