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Wyandotte High School Pup
 
In 1932, Wyandotte High School built the prototype Pup (NX12546) as a shop class project, the first one ever designed and built in a public high school. Desiged by Noel Hockaday and Guy Poyerand costing around $1,800, the Pup first flew on 18 August 1932.
 
A single place, high wing monoplane, two or three were built, the last one sold to Porterfield Aircraft and introduced at the 1935 Detroit Air Show as Porterfield Flyabout with a 70hp LeBlond engine.
 
Engine: 40hp Aeromarine AR-3
Wingspan: 32'0"
Length: 21'0"
Useful load: 425 lb
Max speed: 100 mph
Cruise speed: 80 mph
Stall: 33 mph
Seats: 1
 
 
 
 


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