Category:Potez 60 Sauterelle

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Potez 60 c/n 4184 probably seen in Promise at Dawn.

The Potez 60 usually nicknamed "Sauterelle" (Grasshopper) was a French parasol-wing open-cockpit trainer which made her maiden flight on August 1934. A wing stump eases the cockpit access and is the key point of a steel tube landing gear. The 60 hp Potez engine is a reliable one but requires a rather heavy maintenance. Only 155 (or 170, depending the source) airframes were built from an order for 250 and most vanished during the World War Two.

This page lists all films that feature a variation of the Potez 60.


See also

Pages in category "Potez 60 Sauterelle"

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