deHavilland FOX MOTH
The De Havilland Fox Moth was designed in 1932 as a light economical transport and it borrowed heavily from the De Havilland Tiger Moth design using many of its components. The aircraft featured a welded tube fuselage with an enclosed cabin for speed and comfort. Eight British-built Fox Moths, were imported into Canada between 1932 and 1935.
The RCAF acquired a single Fox Moth during the Second World War and few details are available as to its use.
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