The Chester 'Goon' N93Y is preserved in the Western Reserve Museum. It was built by Art Chester for the 1938 National Air Races, and had a six-cylinder Menasco Buccaneer engine. The wings, which spanned only 18ft 6in, were fully cantilever, and the undercarriage retracted into the fuselage. The Goon was flown to first place in the 1939 'Greve' race, at 263.39 mph, and took third place in the 1939 Thompson Trophy. Art Chester was killed in 1949, but the Goon survives, without an engine.