At the left is an especially uncommon Command-Aire 3C3-T, believed to be the one flying instance of the instructor model, and one in all simplest 5 left of the kind that is flyable on the earth.
The blue airplane is an Alexander Eaglerock Longwing, from 1928. This airplane was once fitted with a Curtiss OX-Five engine with simplest 90 hp. The design makes use of the similar wing panel measurement, so the decrease wing is wider than the higher wing by means of the width of the fuselage, which is unusual.
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