Acme Aircraft Corporation
|Privately held company|
|Headquarters||Rockford, Illinois, United States|
|President: R.S. Link
General Manager: P.H. Ryan
The company president was R.S. Link and the general manager was P.H. Ryan.
The company was established to produce biplane sport aircraft in the 90 hp (67 kW) range. The company built one Acme Biplane and also produced the parasol wing Acme Sportsman. The Sportsman was designed by Edward A. Stalker, the head of the Department of Aeronautical Engineering at the University of Michigan. Only two of that model were completed before the company went out of business by 1931, in the Great Depression.
|Model name||First flight||Number built||Type|
|Acme Biplane||1928||1||Biplane sport aircraft|
|Acme Sportsman||2 October 1929||2||Parasol wing sport aircraft|
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- Gunston, Bill (2005). World Encyclopedia of Aircraft Manufacturers (Second ed.). Stroud, UK: Sutton Publishing. ISBN 0-7509-3981-8.
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