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Warwick Bantam



Bill Warwick built his third plane, the Bantam, first flying in 1966. The first Bantam, N2258B, first flew in June 1966.
Designed for simple fabrication, the Bantam uses no com­pound curves and very few simple ones. The cockpit area is a steel tube structure taking all wing, gear and engine mount loads. The steerable front wheel has a spring leaf shock absorber. The remaining is wood construction with a plywood cover.
The Bantam is a single-seat, low-wing plane that can use any engine from 65 to 100 hp.
Blueprints cost US$55 in 1972.
Engine: Lycoming O-145, 65 hp
Wingspan: 18 ft 6 in
Length: 13 ft 9 in
Height: 6 ft 0 in
Gross weight: 790 lb
Empty Wt. 535 lbs
Fuel capacity 11.5 USG
Top speed: 140 mph
Cruise speed: 105 mph
Stall 52 mph
ROC: 1000 fpm
TO run: 550 ft
Ldg run: 500 ft







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