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MR. MULLIGAN DGA6 RACING PLANE MODEL

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Part# 13-10980
MFR Model# KDGA6TE

Overview

The sole DGA-6 was constructed in 1934 by Gordon Israel and Benjamin Howard. It featured a steel tube fuselage with a plywood skinned wing. With Benny Howard as Pilot and Gordon Israel as Co-Pilot, Mister Mulligan placed first in the 1935 bendix with an average speed of 238.7 mph between Los Angeles and Cleveland. Harold Neumann flew Mister Mulligan in the 1935 Thompson Trophy and captured first place after Roscoe Turner lost his engine and dropped out. The aircraft shed a prop blade in the 1936 Bendix race was lost totaled without loss of life in an off airport landing. Howard went on to produce a commercial version of the ship, the DGA-8 which was followed by the DGA-9, DGA-11, and DGA-12.

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