Curtiss-Wright CW-1 Junior
The Curtiss-Wright CW-1 Junior of 1931 (ATC 397) was designed by Karl White (modified from the CR-1 Skeeter). Selling for $1,490-1,595, 270 were built.
Curtiss-Wright CW-1 NC805EB
Engine options were numerous — even four tiny model-aircraft motors were used at the 1938 Nationals to demonstrate its modest power demands in order to fly, which it did, piloted by Dick Granere). Many were later converted to Continental A-40 to -65 power.
The CW-1A Junior of 1933 (ATC 2-442) was a single CW-1, NC11851, as a test bed for a 35hp Augustine B4-40 engine.
Two CW-1S Junior were built in 1936 (ATC 2-525) as CW-1 with 40hp Salmson AD-9 engines.
Engine: 45hp Szekely SR-3 pusher
Useful load: 420 lb
Max speed: 80 mph
Cruise speed: 70 mph
Stall: 32 mph
Range: 200 mi