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April 1929 "the Alexander Aircrafter" Alexander Aircraft Company - Eaglerock on

US $26.99

Elizabeth, Colorado, US

Elizabeth, Colorado, US
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April 1929 "The Alexander Aircrafter"

Alexander Eaglerock, Bullet and Flyabout

The Alexander Aircraft Company published "The Alexander Aircrafter" series monthly in the late 20’s and early 30’s. The Eaglerock aircraft were built in the Denver suburb of Englewood and after the factory burned, in Colorado Springs Colorado. The company was started by a couple of brothers who were in the film industry and wanted an airplane to deliver their films. They could not find an available aircraft that was suitable, so designed one. The Eaglerock series became very popular and for a time, were producing more aircraft than anyone in the world. Al Mooney of Mooney Aircraft fame was a designer for Alexander Aircraft. The magazine contains period photographs and articles about their aircraft and articles about aviation in general. It measures 7 7/8 inches by 5 ½ inches. The issues were known for their colorful and often whimsical covers.

Up for auction is an April 1929 issue. The binding worn and slightly separated. There is minor dirt on the front and back covers. I would consider it in good condition. It contains 22 pages.

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