Ireland Aircraft Meteor
The Ireland Meteor, often referred to as the Curtiss-Ireland Meteor, was created by G. Sumner Ireland, who worked as a salesman for the Curtiss company.
With wings in production and the supply of Curtiss Oriole fuselages ended, G. Sunner Ireland created a new fuselage. Seating was for four in tandem open cockpits, each seating two side by side.
The Meteor never received a US Doc Type Certificate.
At least eight Meteors were built.