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1969 Warwick W-4 Hot Canary N4777W

William J Warwick designed and built the Warwick W-4 as a one of a kind homebuilt racing biplane. This is the first example of a reverse-stagger racing biplane ever built. The design allowed for better pilot visibility, when making pylon turns. It won the 1970 Florida Sport Biplane consolation race. It finished 4th at the 1970 Reno Air race, with an average speed of 163 mph. The best official speed was 170 mph at the Reno Air Races.

Donated by: Billy J. Warwick, Torrance, CA.

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