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[[File:FordTrimotor.jpg|right|thumb|250px|Ford Tri-Motor in flight in [[1935]].]]
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[[File:FordTrimotor.jpg|right|thumb|350px|Ford Tri-Motor in flight in [[1935]].]]
The '''Ford Tri-Motor Airplane''' was an airplane built by [[wikipedia:Ford Motor Company|Ford]] between [[1925]] and [[1933]]. Built entirely out of metal (and thus nicknamed the "Tin Goose"), it was designed to be a passenger plane, but often was converted to cargo or military uses. Using a single propeller engine in the fuselage, and an engine on each wing, the plane was considered to be relatively inexpensive and reliable. With a range of only 500 miles, it was capable of crossing continents with refueling stops. Even with less than 200 planes produced, the model was admired by aviators such as [[Amelia Earhart]] and [[Charles Lindbergh]].
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The '''Ford Tri-Motor Airplane''' was an airplane built by [[wikipedia:Ford Motor Company|Ford]] between 1925 and 1933. Built entirely out of metal (and thus nicknamed the "Tin Goose"), it was designed to be a passenger plane, but often was converted to cargo or military uses. Using a single propeller engine in the fuselage, and an engine on each wing, the plane was considered to be relatively inexpensive and reliable. With a range of only 500 miles, it was capable of crossing continents with refueling stops. Even with less than 200 planes produced, the model was admired by aviators such as [[Amelia Earhart]] and Charles Lindbergh.
   
 
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