Lincoln Sport, seen here at the BC Aviation Museum, Victoria BC.
The Lincoln Aircraft Co. of Lincoln, Nebraska was a well-known aircraft manufacturer of the 1920s and 1930s. The company was owned by Victor Roos who was one of the few aviation pioneers whose name did not become a household word. 1n 1927, Roos was the partner of Clyde Cessna, founding what has become the Cessna Company today. For a time, Roos was also associated with Mario Bellanca, one of the foremost aircraft designers of the 1930s. Lincoln aircraft manufactured the "Sport" a small biplane that was also sold as kit for homebuilders. In 1931, Lincoln Aircraft merged with the American Eagle Aircraft Corp. of Kansas City, Kansas. The "Sport" was popular and is in great demand today by aircraft collectors.
Anzani 3-cylinder radial
From 1905 to 1915, Alessandro Anzani built a number of three-cylinder fan and radial engines, one of which powered Louis Blériot's 1909 cross-channel flight. An Anzani three-cylinder engine that powers a Blériot XI based in England is thought to be the oldest airworthy engine in the world.
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