Engineers Aircraft Corp EAC-1
A lightweight two-seat monoplane. Powered by a Wright-built version of the British Gipsy four-cylinder in-line air-cooled engine, an example was exhibited at the New York show in 1930.
Folding wings allow storage in a 20 ft x 11 ft space.
In the experimental stage in 1930, the Engineers Aircraft Corp of Stamford, Conn, led by Major Thomas G. Lanphier, aide to Col. Chas. A. Lindbergh, were preparing to go into production.
Engine: Wright-Gipsy, 90-100 hp
Top speed: 120 mph
Cruise: 100 mph
Landing speed: 45 mph