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White Der Jager D.IX


Designed by Lou Stolp & Marshall White, though modeled after World War I fighters, the Der Jager is not a replica. Its builder, Marshall White, patterned the wing shape after that of the German Albatross, the tail assembly after that of the Fokker D-7 and the gear after that of the Focke-Wulf “Strosser". The frameworks of the fuselage and the tail group are of welded steel tube, fabric covered. The wings are wood with no flaps. The prototype was fitted with a 115-hp Lycoming, but the airplane is so light that anything down to the Volkswagen 1600 engine will fly it nicely.

The prototype, N3610, first flew on 7 September 1968.
Engine: Lycoming O-235-C1, 115hp
Wingspan (upper): 20 ft 0 in
Wingspan (lower): 16 ft 0 in
Length: 17 ft
Gross Wt: 888 lb
Empty Wt: 534 lb
Fuel capacity: 24 USG
Top speed: 145 mph
Cruise: 133 mph
Stall: 54 mph
Climb rate: 2000 fpm
Takeoff run: 175 ft
Landing roll: 250 ft
Range: 532 mi

Seats: 1


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