Two-seat sporting and training monoplane powered by a 112kW Argus As 8R inverted engine. Both cockpits were completely enclosed by a glazed coupe top. Small number were built. Maximum level speed 245km/h.
|A three-view drawing (554 x 806)|
| ENGINE||1 x As-8a, 110kW|
| Take-off weight||780 kg||1720 lb|
| Empty weight||470 kg||1036 lb|
| Wingspan||9.8 m||32 ft 2 in|
| Length||8.3 m||27 ft 3 in|
| Height||2.1 m||7 ft 11 in|
| Wing area||14.4 m2||155.00 sq ft|
| Max. speed||245 km/h||152 mph|
| Cruise speed||222 km/h||138 mph|
| Ceiling||6000 m||19700 ft|
| Range||1500 km||932 miles|
|Thomas Mildenberger, e-mail, 29.07.2007 11:20|
I do have some, however copyright-protected. Please write to:
The A J Jackson Collection at Brooklands Museum
And if you'd do me a favour: Please answer my e-mail!
|John Holt, e-mail, 14.03.2007 12:56|
Anyone know if there is a photograph of the He.64 That was purchased by the Air Ministry as K3596 (ex-D-2305 /G-ACBS)?
Do you have any comments?
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