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|Terrence I. Murphy, tismurph=hotmail.com, 18.02.2012|
All I could find was:
Johnson Twin 60
2pOB; two 32hp Bristol Cherub pusher; span: 28'0" length: 21'0" load: 520# v: 75/60/25 range: 480; ff: perhaps a second one was built in 1928, but no records verify this and it might be a re-register or an uncompleted model. Even with two motors, the Twin 60's gas consumption translated into an economical 24mpg. It was destroyed in a crash in June 1927 at Bettis Field, Pittsburgh PA.
|deaftom, j_avanti=hotmail.com, 05.04.2011|
There is a good article, including a three-view, on the Johnson FC-2 Twin-60 in the "Journal of the American Aviation Historical Society", Spring 1970, pages 24-26. This may be of some help with your modeling plans.
|John Braungart, braungart=verizon.net, 02.04.2011|
I have a drawing by Doug Rolfe which is quite clear and might aid in determining the proportions of this craft. Contact me via email and I'll send you a copy, if you're interested.
|Randy BE'loff, pallomancer=yahoo.com, 06.05.2010|
As far as I know. there are no plans for this A/C. I would like to build a replica of the Twin 60 after I finish my 2 Pietenpols. I am currently compiling information. I know that Skyways Magazine did a one page article on this airpalne back in the 90's. I am trying to find a copy.
|tom, sl=morrisonwildblue.net, 10.12.2009|
can anyone send me plans for a full replecia
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