Wilcoxsen M-1 Monoplane / The Cloud-Boy
Ray Wilcoxsen of Indiana, USA, built in 1930 an aircraft for the light plane market, powered by a rebuilt Henderson motor cycle engine.
Wilcoxsen received a Commerce Department permit to fly the plane and planned to sell complete aircraft for $960 and plans for homebuilders.
Engine: Henderson motorcycle, 27 hp at 3000 rpm
Wingspan: 27 ft 3 in
Length: 14 ft 6 in
Empty weight: 280 lb
Fuel capacity: 7 USG
Max speed: 76 mph