Waterman Pusher
Waterman Pusher c.1965
Several single place open biplane experimentals based loosely on the Curtiss design were produced by Waterman for himself and others in exhibition flying.
Individual aircraft were only lightly documented, but a particularly notable one used the wings and tail of the original Vought VE-7, which were discovered in an old hangar after WW2. Donated to the San Diego Air Museum, but perished in its 1978 fire.