Ace K-1

The Ace K-1 was a United States single-seat biplane aircraft designed in 1919 by Alexander Klemin, then Professor of Aeronautical Engineering at New York University (NYU). Later versions included a nearly faired-in engine installation. Re-introduced in 1930 with a re-designed fuselage and strengthened structure as the Ace 300 and Ace 200, fitted with Salmson 9Ad and LeBlond 5D engines respectively.

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