Curtiss XP-19

The Curtiss XP-19 was to have been a low-wing monoplane powered by the Wright V-1560-1 twelve-cylinder air cooled engine. In 1930 the Army allocated XP-19 to a monoplane powered by the new engine and XP-18 to a new biplane using the same power plant. The V-1560 engine failed to appear, and work on the XP-19 never really got under way before the entire project was cancelled.

Engine: Wright R-1560-1 twelve cylinder air-cooled engine
Power: 600hp
Crew: 1

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How to cite this article: Rickard, J (31 December 2012), Curtiss XP-19 , http://www.historyofwar.org/articles/weapons_curtiss_XP-19.html

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