de Marcay 2 C1
The initial design was based on the use of an eight-cylinder Liberty engine, but the difficulties experienced with this engine led to revision of the design to take a 300 hp Hispano-Suiza 8Fb eight-cylinder water-cooled engine as the de Marcay 2 Cl. An unequal-span staggered single-seat biplane with horn-balanced ailerons on the upper wing only and an armament of two synchronised 7,7-mm Vickers machine guns, the de Marcay 2 Ci was completed early in 1919. Although the fastest fighter participating in the 1919 Service Aéronautique contest held at Villacoublay, no pro-duction order was placed for the de Marcay 2 Cl and only one prototype was completed.
Engine: 300 hp Hispano-Suiza 8Fb eight-cylinder
Max speed, 156 mph (252 km/h) at sea level, 144 mph (232 km/h) at 9,840 ft (3000 m).
Time to 16,405 ft (5000 m), 16.27 min.
Span, 30 ft 4 1/8 in (9,25 m).
Length 21 ft 8.6 in (6,62 m).
Wing area, 269.1 sq ft (25,00 sq.m).