Waterman NX12272 flying wing with 100hp Kinner K-5 pusher, built 1932, known jokingly as the ‘Whatsit’. Inventor Waldo D. Waterman is seen in the cockpit of his new plane at the Grand Central Air Terminal, in Glendale, CA. on February 17, 1934.
(via Kemon01) Waterman NX12272 flying wing with 100hp Kinner K-5 pusher, built 1932, known jokingly as the ‘Whatsit’. Inventor Waldo D. Waterman is seen in the cockpit of his new plane at the Grand Central Air Terminal, in Glendale, CA. on February 17, 1934.
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Waterman NX12272 flying wing with 100hp Kinner K-5 pusher, built 1932, known jokingly as the ‘Whatsit’. Inventor Waldo D. Waterman is seen in the cockpit of his new plane at the Grand Central Air Terminal, in Glendale, CA. on February 17, 1934.

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