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  1. John Elliott

    The 1929 Brunner Winkle Bird was designed during the late 20′s as a trainer and sightseeing aircraft. It has room for two passengers in the front cockpit and was considered one of the safest aircraft of its day. Its high lift airfoil and low weight enable it to fly at slow speeds and operate out of short grass airfields. The factory was located in Brooklyn, New York and the completed airframe components were shipped via trucks over to Roosevelt field on Long Island for assembly and flight to new owners. Only about 250 were made from 1929 -1931.


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