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|Propulsion||Piston aircraft, Single-engine aircraft|
The Deperdussin Monocoque was a single piston-engined propeller monoplane from 1912 by the Deperdussin Company. It featured a monocoque construction and streamlined fuselage. It broke several speed records (108 MPH in 1912, 126 MPH in 1913) and won the Gordon Bennett Trophy, and the floatplane version was the winner of the first Schneider Trophy.