Szekely Aircraft Engine

Szekely Aircraft Engine

Szekely aircraft engines are 3 cylinder radial engines built in Holland, Michigan in the 1920s and 30s. They were used to power aircraft such as the Rearwin Junior, Curtiss-Wright Junior, and Taylor H-2. Often criticized for reliability issues and design flaws many were replaced with better engines in their original airframes. Few examples still exist but a museum quality example is on display in the Holland Museum in Holland, Michigan.


* [] "Taylor E-2", retrieved October 30, 2007

* [ "Szekely SR-3 L"] "Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome", retrieved October 30, 2007

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