FROM THE ROARING TWENTIES. A French experimental single-seat "scout", the De Marcay Type C utilised a SPAD 13 fuselage and a 300-h.p. Hispano-Suiza 8Fb engine. Built in 1919 by Ste. Anonyme d'Etudes et de Constructions Aeronautiques Edmond De Marcay, the 30 ft. 5-in. span Type C achieved 157 m.p.h. at Villacoublay in 1920 when flown by Lt. Lebeau.