About the Dormoy Bathtub

The Dormoy Bathtub was a simple-to-construct, high wing racing aircraft of the 1920s. The Bathtub was developed by Etienne Dormoy, a French engineer at McCook Field in Dayton, Ohio. Dormoy would later design the Buhl Bull Pup. The Dormoy Bathtub competed in the 1924 and 1925 National Air Races.
winning the Rickenbacker Trophy in 1924.

Built and donated by Ed Kusmirek.

Length 13' 5"
Wingspan 24 ft.
Wing Area 85 sq. ft.
Gross Weight 520 lb
Fuel Capacity 2 gallons
Powerplant Henderson B-4, 20 HP
Cruise Speed 70 mph