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Victory Aircraft Engr Co SS-1
 
Designed by William L Shaffer, the 1928 SS-1 was a three-place, open-cockpit biplane. It was fabric-covered steel-tube fuselage with wood-framed wings.
 
No production data was found about this short-lived company, who announced they would keep the initial selling price at $2,000, except for a sole registry of NX5626 c/n 1. Some records show the 50hp Hallett H-526 installation replaced by a 90hp Curtiss OX-5 engine. The X license was cancelled on 2 January 1930 and the ID cancelled 2 July 1934.
 
Engine: 150hp Hallett H-526
Wingspan: 31'0"
Length: 23'4"
Seats: 3
 
 
 
 


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