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Images Dated 18th March 2020

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Chester Swea Pea NX8400H Featured 18 Mar 2020 Print

Chester Swea Pea NX8400H

Chester Swea Pea NX8400H formula one racer; race number 5 ca 1949 - Information: Art Chester of Chicago IL. Air Racing Chester designed and built the Chester Swee Pea, NX8400H, in 1947. Powered by an 85hp Continental C85; span: 17'8" length: 16'0".Two of the midget racers were built; the Y-tailed Swee Pea NX8400H. Swee Pea was sold to Chester's mechanic, Lynn Kauffold and modified with a conventional tail as the Kauffold Sky Baby (span: 18'6" length: 17'6"), with the registration losing the X as N8400H, flown by Bill Broadback, Lynn Kauffold and Paul Penrose. (A second aircraft was built with conventional tail, as the Swee Pea II N4000K, (a.k.a. ARC from corporate name, Air Race Chester), which crashed at San Diego on 4/24/49, killing Art Chester)

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Loving WR-1 Special N351C Love Featured 18 Mar 2020 Print

Loving WR-1 Special N351C Love

Loving WR-1 Special N351C Love formula one racer; race number 64 - Information: Designed and built by Neal Loving of Wayne University, Detroit MI ca. 1950, powered by an 85hp Continental C85-8FJ; span: 20'0"; length: 17'2"; max speed: 215 mph; cruise speed : 142 mph; stall speed : 58 mph; (attained 266 mph after a dive); range: 450 miles; ceiling: 18,000'; first flight: 8/7/50. The WR-1 Special was an all-wood, inverted gull-wing midget racer built and flown by Loving, who had lost both feet in a glider crash 1944. The aircraft was donated to the Experimental Aircraft Association in 1964. Plans were also sold for home-builder projects

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Cosmic Wind Little Toni N67888 Featured 18 Mar 2020 Print

Cosmic Wind Little Toni N67888

Cosmic Wind Little Toni N67888 low-wing monoplane formula one racer; race number 3 - Information: Conceived in 1947 by a consortium of Lockheed engineers and pilots and designed by Irven Culver, each of the Cosmic wind family was powered by an 85hp Continental C-85. Span: 19'6"; Length: 16'0". The 4 midget racers were constructed by Lockheed personnel in their own time: NX67888 N20C "Little Toni, Flying Frenchman" piloted by Tony Levier and W F Robinson; NX67889 N21C "Minnow" piloted by Herman "Fish" Salmon; N22C "Ballerina" piloted by Vincent Ast, Robert B Downey and Glenn Fulkerson; N36C "Miss Cosmic Wind" was completed as a mid-wing monoplane instead of with a low-wing

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans