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VanDellen LH-2
VanDellen LH-2 N4826E
Built by Lubert VanDellen in 1959, the LH-2 was two=place powered by an unknown reciprocating engine. The register classified it as a "rotocraft"—instead of a wing, it had a circular saucer-like disk which was said to rotate. A small engine with a tractor prop was located in the front end, and the opposite end sported a butterfly tail.
Registered N4826E, it was taxi-tested but never flown, donated to AAA's Airpower Museum.
Gross wt: 900 lb
Seats: 2
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