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1944 Meyers OTW-145 N34357

The Meyers OTW (Out To Win) was designed to compete for lucrative military trainer contracts. Its all-metal fuselage was unique for a trainer. The design did win a contract, but only 101 OTW-145s were ordered and built between 1939 and 1944. The metal skin was harder to maintain and the larger contracts went to more conventional trainer designs. This is the last OTW built, number 102. It was assembled from spare parts and completed May 10, 1944 to serve as company founder Allen Meyers’ personal aircraft.

Donated from the Estate of: Allen H. Meyers, Tecumseh, MI.

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