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Southern Aircraft Corp Aerocar
 
The Aerocar was a roadable aircraft with demountable wing and twin-boom, twin-tail unit, a development by Hall of his twin-boom auto-plane concepts. A high wing, cabin monoplane, it is uncertain if this was ever specifically produced under the Southern banner, or if it was one of Hall's projects in the works, as it was first flown at San Diego CA in 1939. Only one was built, NX59711, which made several test flights, but proved to be underpowered and the project was abandoned in the post-war slump.
 
Engine: 130hp Franklin 6AC
Wingspan: 30'0"
Max speed(est): 128 mph
Range (est): 310mph
Seats: 2
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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