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Cornelius FreWing
 
Corn-Frewing
Cornelius FreWing (NX182W c/n PW-1)
 
The first aircraft of the Cornelius Aircraft Co, the FreWing, was designed by Cornelius and C.C. Spangenberger. It was a parasol monoplane single-seater in which the incidence of the mainplanes was adjusted differentially like ailerons, and collectively like elevators in conjunction with a stabilator tailplane. Initially, each mainplane had a servo surface extending behind it on two booms attached to the undersurface, but these were later removed as unnecessary.
 
Engine: 125 hp Menasco B-4
Span: 30 ft 6 in (9.30m)
Length: 20 ft 6 in (6.25 m).
 
 
 
 
 
 


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