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The engine field suddenly broke wide open and competition was "a fl" ~ Aeronca KCA, NCl9785 Philadelphia as his assistant, became Chief Engineer at Aeronca effective that date. Jim shouldered progressive developments of the Model K, the transition into the Chief series, and their pre-WWII Tandem Trainers. The most historic Aeronca K was the one that was used by Lincoln Ellsworth in his winter 1938-39 exploration of the Antarctic. K. Vanderbilt, millionaire New York sportsman flier. It was loaned to Ellsworth and used for shortrange communication and support missions during the expedition's charting of Enderbyland region near the eyes of competition and gave greater impact to the spring showing.

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