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1949 Monocoupe 110 “Clipwing” Special N15E

The Clipwing is a modified Monocoupe 110 with a wingspan shortened by 9 feet. The seven original Clipwings established a great air racing reputation before World War II. In 1931, famous air racer Johnny Livingston entered his Clipwing in 65 races across the country. He won 41 races and placed second 19 times. After the war, Clipwings achieved further fame as aerobatic/air show airplanes. The aircraft’s difficult flight characteristics caused every Clipwing built to crash at some point. N15E was the last Clipwing built and one of just two originals surviving today.

Donated By: Leon Levitz, Wilmington, DE.

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