NICO BRAAS COLLECTION
No. 10059. Kinner Sportwing B-2 (NC14214)
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Kinner Sportwing B-2

10/31/2010. In the early 1930s, the Kinner Airplane & Motor Corporation, Ltd. at Grand Central Airport, Glendale, California, USA, introduced a number of open low-wing sport monoplanes, including the Sportwing B-2 in 1933.

Designed by Max Harlow, the two-seat aircraft was of wood and metal construction, covered with fabric, and powered by an 125 Kinner B-5 five-cylinder air-cooled radial engine. Only eight were produced, including this one owned by 1930s-1940s film actor George Brent (born George Brendan Nolan in Shannonsbridge, Ireland), pictured here with the aircraft.

Created October 31, 2010