/ ACAZ C.2
The ACAZ C.2 was a prototype Belgian biplane fighter aircraft built in the 1920s.
Built entirely of Duralumin metal, it was an advanced design at the time of its first flight in 1926, although evaluated by the Belgian Air Force, no orders were placed.
It was of a conventional biplane construction, the C.2, registered as O-BAFX, later OO-AFX, incorporated one unique feature, all four of its wings were identical and interchangeable.
The aircraft also included space for cameras, allowing it to be used for photo-reconnaissance.
The sole prototype was written off in a crash on 25 January 1933.
8.25 m (27 ft 1 in)
12.5 m (41 ft 0 in)
3.4 m (11 ft 2 in)
40.56 m2 (436.6 sq ft)
1,260 kg (2,778 lb)
2,070 kg (4,564 lb)
1 × Hispano-Suiza 12Ha, V-12 water cooled piston engine,
340 kW (450 hp)
250 km/h (160 mph, 130 kn)
3.5 hours at full power
Time to altitude
6,000 m (20,000 ft) in 35 minutes
1 x .303 in (7.7 mm) Vickers machine gun firing through the propeller hub
2 x .303 in (7.7 mm) Lewis machine guns on a flexible mount for the observer.
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