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Emigh Trojan


The Emigh Trojan was built in small numbers between 1948 and 1950 by the Emigh Aircraft Corporation and, later, the Emigh Trojan Aircraft Company. Its unique feature are the simplified construction methods used in its assembly. The metal fuselage of the Trojan is made up of two identical halves that are joined along their horizontal centerline. Its wingtips, tail surfaces and ailerons are all interchangeable. This side-by-side two-seat cabin airplane can still be seen at airports around the country.

Engine: 90 hp Continental
Gross weight: 1,450 lbs
Top speed: 130 mph
Cruise: 115 mph
Landing speed: 48 mph
Range: 550 nm
Service ceiling: 13,000 ft
Seats: 2


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