No. 10590. Nemeth Circular Wing 100 (X13651)
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Nemeth Umbrellaplane

04/30/2011. Also nicknamed the Umbrellaplane, Roundwingplane and Parachuteplane, this peculiar aircraft was designed by Steven Paul Nemeth of Chicago, Illinois, and was constructed by students of the Miami University at Oxford, Ohio, it first flew in 1934. It had a circular wing trussed above a lengthened Alliance Argo fuselage, powerplant was an 110 hp Warner Scarab five-cylinder air-cooled radial engine. It had STOL performance.

Created April 30, 2011