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De Havilland: DH 60 Moth

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Two-seater biplane trainer. Powered by ADC Cirrus I / II / III or Armstrong Siddeley Motors Genet I engine. The DH.60G (Gypsy Moth) used as trainer, communications or for observation duties. Also M version with fuselage constructed with steel tunes. T version also.

This famous model, originally selling at £650, had a simple, practical design and sturdy construction. Over 7000 Moths of different marks were built in Britain in the next seven years, and there were many overseas sales.



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