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Pacific Aeronautical A / Brawner-Bauer

 
In 1930 Pacific Aeronautical Industries built a two place open cockpit biplane at San Francisco Bay Airdrome in Alameda. Planned for forestry service work, designed by Jeff Bauer, the biplane had an extreme stagger, gap was 44"; all-tube controls.
also seen listed as Brawner-Bauer, one was built, NX501E c/n 100. The registration was cancelled 12/8/30.
 
It has not been test-flown by 3/1/30.
 
Engine: Velie 60-90hp, or LeBlond 5D, 60hp
Wingspan: 27'0"
Length: 20'0"
Max speed: 120 mph
Stall speed: 26 mph
Seats: 2
 
 
 
 


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