This Week’s Hints to help you along:
- An all-metal concept using riveted duralumin sheets.
- Look Ma! No bottom wing!
- The tail is a giveaway of the manufacturer’s marque.
- Testing in the snow — in what country did they do that?
- Severe vibrational problems plagued the plane to the end.
So do you know what this aircraft is?
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This is a Thomas Morse MB-9. Its designer was B.D. Thomas. It was built in 1922. The maximum speed 170 mph.