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Martin 1937 Monoplane
The Martin Monoplane was designed and built in 1937 by C.H.Latimer-Needham and H.Best-Deveraux at Denham, UK, as a low wing, single braced 30.00 ft span monoplane.
It was built using the wings of the Clarke Cheetah G-AAJK and some DH.53 components. It was registered G-AEYY c/n 1 and powered by a Bristol Cherub III engine.
It first flew in October 1937 but crashed on its second flight. It was rebuilt but again was damaged at Meir in 1938. This time it was not rebuilt and it was put into store in Stoke-on-Trent.
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