The Bücker Bü 134 was a side-by-side twoseat light cabin monoplane in a similar category to the Taylor Cub and intended for club and school use, the sole prototype of which (D-EQPA) was flown in 1936. Powered by a 105 hp Hirth HM 504 inverted four-cylinder inline aircooled engine, the Bü 134 was of mixed construction with a chrome-molybdenum steel tube fuselage and wooden wings and tail surfaces.

 

Engine

1 Hirth HM 504

Dimensions

Span 9.95 m, length 7.00 m, height 2.44 m, wingarea 12.40 m2

Weights

 

Performance

 

Type

Werk.Nr.

Registration

History

V1

 

D-EQPA

 
Bücker Bü 134