TYPE. Side-by-side two-seat, light tourist monoplane.
WINGS. High-wing cantilever monoplane, tapered in chord and thickness. The wing was in three sections, a center-section bolted to the fuselage and carried the legs of the undercarriage, and two outer sections. The entire trailing-edge of the outer sections was hinged, the outer portions as ailerons, the inner portions as camber-changing flaps, with slots. The structure consisted of two duralumin spars of double "T"-section, widely spaced ribs, stringers, and Duralumin sheet covering.
FUSELAGE. Rectangular metal structure, consisted of four built-up longerons, joined by metal frames. In the cabin the frames were entirely open, and were build up of "U"-sections and corner-pieces. The metal skin was riveted to these frames and to external stringers.
TAIL UNIT. Normal monoplane type. Construction similar to that of the wing.
UNDERCARRIAGE. Divided type. Each side consisted of a vertical oleo-pneumatic leg, braced to the bottom longerons by axle and radius-rod. Steerable tail-wheel. Wheel-brakes.
POWERPLANT. One 95 hp Renault 4Pb four-cylinder air-cooled in-line engine, driving a wooden propeller. Any other engine of 90-120 hp could be fitted.
ACCOMMODATION. Enclosed cabin below the wing, seating two side-by-side. Window in roof of cabin. The door could be dropped in case of emergency.
Span: 44 ft 7.4 in (13.60 m)
Length: 26 ft 4.9 in (8.05 m)
Height: 7 ft 4.6 in (2.25 m)
Wing area: 183 sq.ft (17.00 sq.m)
Empty weight: 1,058 lb (480 kg)
Useful load: 750 lb (340 kg)
Loaded weight: 1,808 lb (820 kg)
Wing loading: 9.83 lb/sq.ft (48 kg/sq.m)
Power loading: 13 lb/hp (5.9 kg/hp)
Max speed: 127 mph (205 kmh) at sea level
Max speed: 118 mph (190 kmh) at 6,562 ft (2,000 m)
Climb: to 9,843 ft (3,000 m) 12 min
Service ceiling: 23,622 ft (7,200 m)
Range with 31 mph (50 kmh) headwind: 342 mls (550 km)."