Pasped Skylark W-1
Based at Glendale, California, Fred Pastorius and Stanley Pederson designed the W-1 Skylark two-seat light cabin monoplane in 1935.
A prototype was built (ATC 2-546) NX/NC14919 c/n 1, powered with a 125 hp Warner Scarab engine. The W-1 was equipped with full-panted gear and side-by-side cockpit with optional enclosure. It was later approved for 145-165hp Warners, but only the one was built at a price of $4,485.
The prototype survived and was restored to flight circa 2002.
Pasped W-1 NC14919 Restoration at 2002 AirVenture
Wing span: 35'11"
Useful load: 597 lb
Max speed: 139 mph
Cruise sped: 125 mph
Stall: 35 mph
Range: 475 mi