AERONAUTICS: Detroit Show

The dusty, musty smell peculiar to large expositions was missing from Detroit's second All-American Aircraft Show last week. Several thousand sightseers and several score actual plane purchasers each day could comfortably inspect 104 plane models, exhibited by 44 oldtime and 16 freshly organized manufactories. Planes ranged from the tricky little Heath at $975, which only the best of pilots dare handle, to the $67,500 Fokker, for which, with its ornate fittings* Cadillac's President Lawrence P. Fisher just paid $75,000. In between were sturdy one and two-seater open cockpit monoplanes and biplanes....

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