American Eagle Eagle

American Eagle’s Eagle biplane was an unassuming, docile three-seat biplane first flown in 1927, powered originally by war surplus Curtiss OX-5 engines and then by small radial engines made by Kinner.  Over 700 of them were built until 1932.

A101 N4289

The Yanks Air Museum displays Eagle serial 100, registered N4289.

A129 N513H

The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome has a 1929 Eagle, serial 534.


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