ⓘ Aerial Engineering Corporation Standard 6W-3

                                     

ⓘ Aerial Engineering Corporation Standard 6W-3

The Aerial Engineering Corporation Standard 6W-3 was a commercial transport modification of the US Standard J-1 biplane military trainer aircraft, with new wings, engine and accommodation for four passengers. First flown in 1925, it was built in small numbers.

                                     
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