1916 Sopwith Pup
1917 Rumpler C.V
1918 Curtiss JN4D
1918 Fokker Dr.I
1926 Winstead
1928 Monocoupe
1929 Star Cavalier B
1930 Great Lakes
1930 Star Cavalier E
1931 Bird Biplane
1932 Pietenpol
1932 Taylor E2 Cub
1936 Aeronca C3
1949 Cessna 195
WWII Pilot Trainer
Ford Model A
Ford Model TT



Country: USA Wingspan: 31' 6"
Year: 1929 Length: 19' 11"
Engine: Velie 5 cylinder radial Cruise Speed: 85 mph
Horsepower: 65 Gross Weight: 1400 lbs.
Quantity Mfg: 13
The Cavalier was manufactured by the Star Aircraft Corporation in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The famous William D. "Billy" Parker was the general manager through out the company's existence. Competing for sales with the popular Monocoupe line of airplanes, the Cavalier was designed as a more rugged aircraft. Philips Petroleum, who backed the Star Corporation, used many of the little monoplanes to fly into unimproved oil drilling sites. This particular Cavalier Model B was chosen to be used to advertise the Star line of aircraft and was painted like and flown on a good will tour with the famous Travel Air 5000 "Woolaroc". The "Woolaroc" won the famous Dole race from San Francisco to Hawaii. The picture above is an actual photograph of the museum's Cavalier Model B taken in 1929. This aircraft is one of only a few Cavaliers to survive, it currently in storage but will be restored to original flying condition in the future.



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