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Marcoux-Bromberg R-3Special

Description
  Manufacturer:Marcoux-Bromberg
  Base model:R-3
  Designation:R-3
  Version:Special
  Basic role:Racer

Specifications
  Length: 24'0" 7.3 m
  Wingspan: 26' 0" 7.9 m
  Gross Weight: 3,470 lb 1,573 kg

Propulsion
  No. of Engines: 1
  Powerplant: Pratt & Whitney Wasp Jr
  Horsepower (each): 400

Performance
  Max Speed: 270 mph 434 km/h 234 kt

Examples of this type may be found at
MuseumCityState
New England Air MuseumWindsor LocksConnecticut

R-3Special on display

New England Air Museum
    


 

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08/05/2008 @ 19:39 [ref: 22361]
 Roger Dimick
 Beaumont, TX
My father worked on the Marcoux Bromberg Special at the Cleveland Air Races in 1937 and 1938.

He was "hired" while working for Mid-Continent Airlines in Kansas City Missouri through his friendship with Joe Jacobsen. It's my understanding that Jacobsen was a well-known pilot in Kansas City.

He enjoyed his experiences with the Marcoux Bromberg team and I enjoy the history of this aircraft.

Roger Dimick
06/05/2001 @ 15:08 [ref: 2408]