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White Der Jager D.IX


Designed by Lou Stolp & Marshall White, though modeled after World War I fighters, the Der Jager is not a replica. Its builder, Marshall White, patterned the wing shape after that of the German Albatross, the tail assembly after that of the Fokker D-7 and the gear after that of the Focke-Wulf “Strosser". The frameworks of the fuselage and the tail group are of welded steel tube, fabric covered. The wings are wood with no flaps. The pro-totype was fitted with a 115-hp Lycoming, but the airplane is so light that anything down to the Volkswagen 1600 engine will fly it nicely.

Gross Wt. 888 lb
Empty Wt. 534 lb
Fuel capaci-ty 24 USG
Wingspan 20 ft
Length 17 ft
Top 145 mph
Cruise 133 mph
Stall 54 mph
Climb rate 2000 ft
Takeoff run 175 ft
Landing roll 250 ft
Range 532 ft


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