Babcock LC-11 Cadet
Taubman LC-11 All-American

The 1928 LC-11 Cadet was developed by Verne Babcock from his original concept from 1921.
A single place, open cockpit, mid-wing monoplane, power was from a 55hp Clark engine.
Three were built: N551E / cn 502, N889E, and NX7997 / cn 501. Two were built by Taubman, possibly with 90hp LeBlond, the last was Babcock-built and possibly refitted with 90hp Franklin.


Engine: 55hp Clark
Wingspan: 30'0"
Length: 19'0"
Loaded weight: 500 lb
Speed: 100 mph