Snowplane Finds Favor In North (Dec, 1935)
Snowplane Finds Favor In North
BECAUSE a snowplane which he designed and built for himself proved so successful, Karl Lorch, Spy Hill, Sask., Canada, soon found himself in the manufacturing business, supplying snowplanes to mounted police, prospectors, and doctors.
The streamlined bodies are made of airplane tubing and linen, and seat four persons. An airplane or automobile motor may be used to power the pusher type propeller. Speeds up to 70 miles per hour are possible.