Category:Curtiss R3C

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Curtiss R3C-2 seen in The Story of Aviation.


The Curtiss R3C was an American single-seated biplane racing aircraft built in landplane and seaplane form. The R3C-1 was the landplane version and Cyrus Bettis won the Pulitzer Trophy Race in one on 12 October 1925 with a speed of 248.9 mph (406.5 km/h). The R3C-2 was a twin-float seaplane built for the Schneider Trophy race. In 1925, it took place at Chesapeake Bay in Baltimore, Maryland. With 232.57 mph (374.274 km/h), pilot Jimmy Doolittle won the trophy with a Curtiss R3C-2.


This page lists all films that feature the Curtiss R3C.

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Pages in category "Curtiss R3C"

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