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Graham Perren Racer

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Graham-Perren Racer

The Graham-Perren Racer, or Graham-Perren Monoplane, was a racing aircraft built to compete in the 1934 National Air Races, including the Greve Trophy.

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Design and development

The racer was a short-coupled, wire braced, mid-winged aircraft with fixed conventional landing gear and an open cockpit. The Wright Gipsy engine protruded upward through the cowl leaving little forward visibility.

Specifications (Graham-Perren Racer)

Data from Skyways

General characteristics

  • Crew: 1
  • Powerplant: 1 × Wright Gipsy Inline Piston, 100 hp (75 kW)
  • References

    Graham-Perren Racer Wikipedia


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