Bristol Seely

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Produced Variants

Type 36 Seely Two seat  passenger biplane for the 1920 Air Ministry Civil Aeroplane competition. One 240 h.p. Siddeley Puma powerplant.
Type 85 Seely II Type 36 Seely converted as an engine test bed. One 435 h.p. Bristol Jupiter III powerplant with RAE supercharger.

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Serial Range C/n Type Batch Qty Conv. Canc'd Notes
 1 aircraft built by the Bristol Aeroplane Company, Filton, Bristol, Somerset. First flew July 1920.
 G-EAUE  5870  Type 36  1      Retained by Bristol.
 1 aircraft ordered from the Bristol Aeroplane Company, Filton, Bristol, Somerset, to contract 408484/23. Converted from the Type 36 and delivered in December 1923.
 J7004  (5870)  Type 85    (1)    
  Total Production   1 (1)    

Production Summary

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All Aircraft By Type
Type Built New Conv. Canc'd Total
 Type 36 Seely 1     1
 Type 85 Seely II   (1)   1
  1 (1) 0  

Production References
  1. Bristol Aircraft Since 1910, C.H. Barnes (Putnam, 1964)


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