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Troy Air Service A
Cape NMJ-1A Trainer
 
The Troy Air Service A was a 1938 two place open cockpit biplane, designed by Nelson M Jones. A dual control trainer registered NX/NC2619 c/n 102, power was from a LeBlond, then 125hp Warner Scarab on 1 March 1939, then a Menasco C-4 on15 August 1939. The registration was cancelled in 1948.
 
Other references to is is as the Cape NMJ-1A Trainer appearing on 1940 records included a 130hp Aeromarine 2-A, span: 28'5", length: 22'8", max speed of 130 mph, cruise of 118 mph, and a stall of 45 mph. The final modification had canopied cockpits.
 
The design, with 130hp Franklin, was advanced by Cluett Co, but not completed because of outbreak of WW2.
 
 
 
 


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