He 64b! Different wing, 1.4sqm smaller. The aircraft, with which Seidemann won the race over Europe, flying the distance of 7500km over 9 countries in only 3 days with an average speed of 213,1km/h.
|December 1932||D-2260||Aeroclub of Germany||Participation European Tourist plane contest as 'A9', pilot Seidemann/mechanic Witt|
|October 1936||Under departures October 1936: D 2301 cannibalized (NfL -36/47. 5-, S.900)|