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The Monocoupe Corporation was revived at Robertson, Missouri, in 1937 to resume production of the Model 90 design that had originated from the Lambert Corporation of St. Louis (Which also built engines for their aircraft). In 1939 or thereabouts, the company was dissolved, reorganized and moved to Orlando as a subsidiary of Universal Molded Products. After WW2 the company was purchased by another group, also in Florida to carry on with limited production of the 90AF and 90AL series. It went out of business in the 1950s.
NC501W Monocoupe 110 Special 'Baby Ruth' NC501W Monocoupe 110 Special, 1930, S/N 5W47. Photo @ Casa Grande AP, AZ. Mar. 4-2006.

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