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B-1 Model 6
B-1 Model 6
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Boeing B-1 Model 6 Footage
The Boeing B-1 Model 6 was a "pusher-style" flying boat, with its engine at the rear. It could carry a pilot and two passengers, as well as mail or cargo.
The Boeing B-1 Model 6 hull was laminated wood veneer, and the wing frames were spruce and plywood.
The lone Boeing B-1 Model 6 outlasted six engines in eight years of international airmail runs between Seattle, Washington, and Victoria, British Columbia. Flown by Eddie Hubbard, the B-1 covered 350,000 miles, remarkable for the time.
The Boeing B-1 Model 6 flying boat had a top speed of 90 mph and a range of 400 miles.
The Boeing B-1 Model 6 was designed by Claire Egtvedt shortly after World War I. The B-1 designation indicated the first commercial design for Boeing.
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B-1 (Model 6)
bodies of water
full body views
historic production status
Lake Union Hangar
one of a kind aircraft
vintage / retro