Curtiss-Wright Condor II
This 16" x 24" print (13" x 21"image) ships rolled in a sturdy tube. Order on line or by phone 585-554-5373. Please note online images carry a TWAA watermark. Your final print will not include this security device.
Although its bi-plane configuration was obsolete by 1933, the Condor II found a ready market in Depression era America. Even with its bargain pricetag, it introduced a new standard in passenger comfort. Of the forty five T-32 Condor IIs built by Curtiss-Wright this ship is the only surviving example. American Airlines No. 166 (NC-12363) crashed in a snowstorm in upstate New York in 1934 and the aircraft is presently undergoing a restoration process and may again take to the airways.