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The two-engine bombers, powered by Pratt & Whitney R-2800 radial engines, were designed to fly lower and to hit smaller targets than heavier bombers, such as B-17s and B-24s, McCaslin said.
Against a wall is probably the rarest bike in the entire collection, a 1922 Megola, with a five-cylinder radial engine attached to the front wheel.
The 757-cubic-inch, 300-hp radial engine is connected to a TH400 automatic transmission via a belt.
The loud drone of the four 1,200-horsepower, Wright Cyclone radial engines sounds like no other airplane flying.
On a calm morning off the coast of New Jersey in May 1932, Navy Lieutenant Daniel W. Harrigan throttled back the 428-hp radial engine powering his small Curtiss F9C-2 Sparrowhawk biplane.
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