"American Eagle A-101" by Bob Leone

The American Eagle A-1 was designed in late 1925 as a training aircraft to replace
the World War I biplanes then in use by the Porterfield Flying School. The prototype
A-1 first flew at Richards Field in Kansas City, Missouri on April 9, 1926. Small
modifications made to the design in 1927, including ailerons on the lower wings, led
to the A-101 designation. The 90 h.p. Curtiss OX-5 engine was initially fitted, but
the 100 h.p. Curtiss OX-6 was fitted to later production A-101s. Business was booming
by 1928 with the factory turning out twelve planes a week, at a sale price of $2,815.00.
A total of approximately 300 A-1/A-101 aircraft had been completed by 1929. These served
successfully with flying schools and private owners for many years.

Original artwork displayed in
The Wings of History Air Museum
12777 Murphy Ave.
San Martin, CA 95046

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$4500
Print and framing same size as original hanging in museum. Overall size approximately 40" x 28"
Price includes: giclee print on canvass in metal frame with matting, metal nameplate,
non-glare glass and all shipping and handling to anywhere in the United States!
Signed by artist. Colors may not be exactly as seen on computer screen.

$450
Print size approximately 18" x 14"
Price includes giclee print on canvass
and all shipping and handling to anywhere in the United States!
Signed by artist. Colors may not be exactly as seen on computer screen.





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