Caspar C.26
Страна: Германия
Год: 1925

Единственный экземпляр
Flight, May 1925
THE ROUND-GERMANY FLIGHT
Фотографии

Flight, May 1925

THE ROUND-GERMANY FLIGHT

THE MACHINES

Caspar

  Another name, famous in the history of German aviation is that of the Caspar-Werke of Travemunde-Priwall. Several machines designed and constructed by this well-known firm are entered for the competition, but as in several other cases the machines are somewhat late, and no particulars have come to hand at the time of going to press. We hope to be in a position to publish illustrations and descriptions of the Caspar machines next week. This much may, however, be said that at least one of the Caspar machines will be fitted with a Bristol "Lucifer" engine of 100 h.p. A photograph of this engine in one of the Caspar machines is published herewith.
The Caspar C.26 has an exaggerated gap and a very peculiar tail. The engine is a Bristol "Lucifer."
SOME OF THE ENGINES IN THE ROUND-GERMANY COMPETITION. The Bristol "Lucifer," in the Caspar C.26.
IN THE ROUND-GERMANY FLIGHT: The unusual fin and rudder of the Caspar C.26