Pacific Airplane & Supply Co C-1
Designed by Otto Timm of the Pacific Airplane & Supply Co, the Model C-1 single-seat racing monoplane in 1921, was built by (John W) Rogers Aircraft Co with a 90 hp Curtiss OX-5 engine. Unrecognizable as being modified from a Standard J-1, it was flown by Emory Rogers until a fatal crash on 11/27/22. It di win the 1921 Curtiss Cup race.
Pacific-Standard C-1 / Rogers C-1
Engine: 90hp Curtiss OX-5
Cruise speed: 137 mph
Stall speed: 41 mph