20/2!

No, not a Peugeot. Been there, done that.

We need instead the Siebel Si-202 Hummel (bumblebee). This particular one established altitude records for light aircraft.

Advertisement
Illustration for article titled 20/2!

It had dual controls, but just the one control column with extensions on each side. Looks like two to me, but there you go.

Advertisement
Illustration for article titled 20/2!

The first model had a nine cylinder radial engine with all of 45 bhp. Not this later one though. Note that it’s inverted, a common thing with German aero engines at the time.

Advertisement
Illustration for article titled 20/2!

Share This Story

Get our newsletter