Unknown Alexandrer Klemin light aircraft

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Hi,


in the Les Ailes journal,USA unknown light aircraft from Alexander Klemin,
famous with his older company; Cox-Klemin,he designed a low-wing light aircraft
during 1930s
 

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Here is the correct link to the article:
http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k65760288/f5.image
 
After reading the article thoroughly it appears clearly that Klemin's drawing is nothing more than a hypothetical design for what he thinks an aircraft designed along the lines of Gene Vidal's "$700 airplane" concept should look like. At the end of this very interesting analysis, Klemin concludes: "I believe I have addressed the question in an impartial way. I have no aircraft to sell or any vested interest in any aviation company. I'm only interested in the popularization of flying."
 
Cox-Klemin also competed in the Type XII bomber competition. They have documents available in the NASM archives relating to the Type XII aircraft, which I have not had the time to look into. They also developed designs for a night observation aircraft which I have not seen information on. Again, NASM has documents related to this aircraft as well.
 
Cox-Klemin also competed in the Type XII bomber competition. They have documents available in the NASM archives relating to the Type XII aircraft, which I have not had the time to look into. They also developed designs for a night observation aircraft which I have not seen information on. Again, NASM has documents related to this aircraft as well.

Thank you my dear Dynoman,

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Cox-Klemin also competed in the Type XII bomber competition. They have documents available in the NASM archives relating to the Type XII aircraft, which I have not had the time to look into. They also developed designs for a night observation aircraft which I have not seen information on. Again, NASM has documents related to this aircraft as well.

The 1923 Night Observation aircraft for USAAC Type VIII had the Cox-Klemin designation C.K.3. I can't find any record of it having a USAAC 'NO' designation assigned.
 

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