Axelson (company)

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The Axelson Aircraft Engine Company was a manufacturer of aircraft engines based in Los Angeles in the late 1920s.[1][2]

Their engines were originally known as "FLOCO", because the manufacturer was originally Frank L. Odenbreidt Co. Their products included the 115 hp Axelson A-7-R[3] and 150 hp Axelson B.[4] Axelson engines were used to power the Swallow F28-AX, among other contemporary aircraft.

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  1. ^ "Flights and Flyers"
  2. ^ "Across America on a 'Cirrus Avian'"
  3. ^ ATC 16
  4. ^ Aerofiles

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