No. 12377. Morin P.M.01 (F-WGGF c/n 01)
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Morin P.M.01

04/30/2014. Remarks by Johan Visschedijk: "This aircraft was the only aircraft designed by Pierre Morin, an employee of Air-France and a member of the Aero-Club du Canton de Sceaux (near Paris, France) whose members built it. The P.M.01 was first flown on July 4, 1951, and subsequently by other club member. However, by April 1956 it still had not received a CofA, and most likely it never did.

In the photo the P.M.01 is accompanied by the Stampe et Vertongen SV.4C (F-BCXK c/n 445) that was also in use with the Aero-Club du Canton de Sceaux.

TYPE. Single-seat light monoplane.
WINGS. High-wing braced monoplane. NACA 23012 wing section. Two-spar wood structure with fabric covering. V-bracing struts.
FUSELAGE. Wood framework with fabric covering.
TAIL UNIT. Cantilever monoplane type. Wood framework, fabric covering.
LANDING GEAR. Fixed tail-wheel type.
POWERPLANT. A 25 hp Volkswagen four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine. Merville two-blade wood airscrew. Two fuel tanks in wings. Total fuel capacity 11.9 gal (45 l).
ACCOMMODATION. Single open cockpit.

Created April 30, 2014