1932 Monocoupe 110 This sleek red airplane was popular for its speed and efficiency in the air races of the 1930s at College Park Airport. With a 145 Warner Super Scarab engine, it could reach speeds of 120-148 mph. A common sight at George Brinckerhoff's air meets, it was popular with pilots like Helen MacClosky and Phoebe Omilie.
N12345 (serial no. 6W43) was purchased by the College Park Aviation Museum in 1997.
|Wingspan: ||32 feet, 0 inches |
|Length: ||20 feet, 8 inches |
|Empty Weight: ||991 lbs. |
|Gross Weight: ||1,611 lbs. ||