|Role||2-seat sport biplane|
|National origin||United States|
|Manufacturer||Parks Air College|
|First flight||ca 1929|
The Parks P-2, powered by a 150 hp Axelson-Floco B engine was a biplane designed and built at the Parks Air College in the United States circa 1929. A change in engine type to the Wright J-6 resulted in the Parks P-2A which was ultimately marketed as the Ryan Speedster after rights were bought by the Ryan company.
The Parks P-2A became the "hero" of books by author Richard Bach who also owned an example. The college quickly left the manufacturing business, selling the P-2A rights to Ryan as the Ryan Speedster, and later the Hammond 100.
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