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Westbrook Aeronautical Corp W-5 / W-5-B Sportster
 
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Westbrook W-5 NC966V
 
Designed by Neil Perdew, the 1931 Westbrook W-5 (ATC 2-444) was powered by a 90hp ACE Cirrus Mk III engine. The ATC were issued in 1933.
 
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Westbrook Sportster
 
The W-5-B Sportster had an 85hp British Cirrus (2-455). Folding all-wood wings and selling for $2,650.
 
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Westbrook Sportster
 
About five were built, and several partly constructed before the business failed in 1931.
NC9N c/n 501 destroyed in a 1931 crash
N853W c/n 502
NC966V c/n 503 lost in a 1938 accident
NC92V c/n 504
possibly c/n 505 unlicensed one
 
The design was planned for revival in 1939 as the Allied H-28 Sport Trainer, but apparently no planes were built.
 
W-5
Engine: 90hp ACE Cirrus Mk III
Wingspan: 32'0"
Length: 23'6"
Useful load: 500 lb
Max speed: 125 mph
Cruise speed: 100 mph
Stall: 40 mph
Range: 400 mi
Seats: 2

W-5-B Sportster
Engine: 85hp British Cirrus
Seats: 2
 
 
 
 


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