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Działowski DKD-X Aeromobil
Stanisław Działowski developed the DKD-X "Aeromobil" car project during 1930-1931. The ​​"Aeromobil" took so much that he abandoned the implementation of previous projects. The plane was to serve as an air taxi or a liaison aircraft.
In 1931, together with his brother Mieczysław Działowski, they started the construction of a three-wheeled self-propelled trolley constituting the traction part of the future aircraft, which, after detaching the back of the hull and wings, could move on the ground like a car. The construction of the trolley was completed in October 1932 and it was demonstrated on the streets of Krakow in October 1933.
In 1934, Stanisław Działowski developed an improved version of the DKD-X / 2 with a stronger engine with larger dimensions and wing surface, and a more aesthetic appearance. The funds for constructing the prototype were obtained from social contributions, emitting, among others, brick stamps, unfortunately the unit's command expressed opposition, prohibiting this form of collecting funds. This forced the constructor to suspend work on advanced construction.
A two- or three-seater high-winged craft with mixed construction. The wings were double-spared, wooden, supported by V-braces, and folded for hanger and transport. The nose was covered with plywood, the remaining part with fabric.

The hull trolley was truss welded from steel pipes, covered with fabric. The front part of the fuselage contained a cabin with two seats next to each other, in the second version there was a third seat or place for a stretcher, it was covered with sheet metal. The back of the fuselage is removable from the trolley, was welded from steel pipes, covered with fabric.

A three-wheeled chassis provided with two steering wheels at the front and one wheel driven by gearboxes at the rear. The front wheels were fixed. During the flight, the wheel with the drive was to be concealed in the hull, and to move on the ground, extended to 1/3 of the height of the wheel. The rear wheel was driven by a separate small engine.

In the opinion of IBTL, it was stated that DKD-X will reach the calculated speed of 210 km / h, and only 140 km / h. This reduced the attractiveness of the offer. The severe illness that Stanisław Działowski later underwent pushed for an indefinite period of completion of construction.
Being later the technical director of the LOPP Pilots School in Stanisławów, he worked on improving the structure, which was not finished before the war. In May and June 1938, the DKD-X / 2 hull was exhibited at the 1st National Air Show in Lviv.
DKD-X / 1
Engine: Napier Javelin, 110-125 kW (150-170 hp) + Moto Schakosch, 12 kW (16 HP)
Span: 9.00 m
Length: 6.80 m
Height: 1.70 m
Wing area: 16.00 m2
Empty weight: 380) kg
Payload: 220 kg
Total weight: 600 kg
Speed ​​on the road: 40-45 km / h.
DKD-X / 2
Engine: 15 kW (20 HP) BMW wheel drive
Span: 12.95 m
Length: 7.45 m
Height: 1.73 m
Wing area: 211-25.00 m2
Empty weight: 450 kg
Total weight: 750-800 kg
Max speed: 210 km / h
Cruise speed: 180 km / h
Stall: 75 km / h
Speed on the road: 50 km / h.
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