CW-3 Duckling
Role Two-seat amphibian flying-boat
Manufacturer Curtiss-Wright
First flight 1931
Number built 3
Developed from CW-1 Junior

The Curtiss-Wright CW-3 Duckling (sometimes called the Teal) was an American two-seat amphibian flying-boat developed by Curtiss-Wright from the CW-1 Junior.[1]

Development

The Duckling was a modification of the CW-1 Junior. The fuselage had a plywood V-shaped underside added and the addition of strut-mounted pontoons.[2] The engine was mounted above the wing driving a pusher propeller. Only three aircraft were built, all powered by different engines. The type was not developed due to lack of funds.[2]

Variants

CW-3
Prototype powered by a 90hp (67kW) Velie M-5 radial engine, one built.[1]
CW-3L
Variant powered by a 90hp (67kW) Lambert radial engine, one built.[1]
CW-3W
Variant powered by a 90hp (67kW) Warner Scarab radial engine, one built.[1]

Specifications (CL-3W)

Data from [2]

General characteristics

See also

Related lists

References

Citations

  1. ^ a b c d Orbis 1985, p. 1280
  2. ^ a b c "American airplanes:Curtiss-hyphen". www.aerofiles.com. 16 April 2009. Retrieved 2009-12-23.

Bibliography

  • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Aircraft (Part Work 1982-1985). Orbis Publishing.