The Airplanes

NB-3

    • The new day airplane

    • Designed By: Walter H. Barling

    • Manufactured By: Nicholas-Beazley

    • Engine Type: Three Engine Options

    • Horsepower: 65 – 80 H.P.

    • Capacity: Three Person

    • Body: Chrome-moly Fuselage with Aluminum Wings

    • Records: Altitude, Distance, Speed, Fuel Efficiency

 

 

 

NB-8

      • Built: 1931

      • Designed By: Tom Kirkup with Al Mooney

      • Manufactured By: Nicholas-Beazley

      • Engine Type: Lambert

      • Horsepower: 80 H.P.

      • Capacity: Two Person

      • Body: Wood Wing Ribs, ability for wings to fold back and towed by car.

 

 

 

Flying Flea

      • Built: 1937

      • Designed By: Henri Mignet

      • Manufactured By: Jacob van Dyke

      • Parts Supplied By: Nicholas-Beazley

      • Engine Type: Continental

      • Horsepower: 45 H.P.

      • Capacity: One Person

      • Body: Wood

 

 

 

TG-6 Glider

  • Built: 1941

  • Manufactured By: Taylorcraft

  • Engine Type: None (until after World War II: placed an engine on it and sold for civilian use) Continental

  • Horsepower: 60 H.P.

  • Capacity: Three Person

  • Body: Wood