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Pacific Airplane & Supply Co Hawk

A 1920 six-seat twin-engined commercial biplane. Designed by Otto Timm the Hawk was first flown in September 1920, piloted by Frank Clarke, christened The Skylark. It was repowered with 200hp Hall-Scott L-6 when the OX-5 motors proved insufficient for the task. Last seen at Clover Field, Santa Monica, in 1923.
Engines: two 90hp Curtiss OX-5
Wingspan: 52'0"
Length: 32'0"
Useful load: 1320 lb
Max speed: 82 mph
Stall speed: 45 mph
Range: approx. 440 mi
Seats: 6

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