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Thaden T-1 / Argonaut
Thaden T-1 NX3902
The 1928 Thaden T-1, or Argonaut, (ATC 2-29) was designed by Herbert von Thaden, registered NX3902, and first flew on 15 January 1928, piloted by George R Pond. The only one built crash-landed on 30 March 1933 in Chitkina AK., was recovered in 1988 and restored by an EAA group.
Engine: P&W Wasp A, 400-420hp
Wingspan: 53'0"
Length: 35'3"
Useful load: 2200 lb
Max speed: 135 mph
Cruise speed: 105 mph
Stall: 52 mph
Seats: 6-8

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