Messerschmitt M 17
Type WerkNr. Registration History
  20   The Douglas engine taken from the S 16b. Took part in the Zugspitzflug  in Jan. 1925 (Competion number 3)
  21   "Ello". ABC Scorpion engine. Took part in the Oberfrankenflug April 1925
  22   Engine Jurisch/24TT250. Sold to Firma Jurisch-Pipping, Leipzig
  23 D-613 ABC Scorpion, later Bristol Cherub. Took part in the Deutscher rundflug 1925 (Pilot H. Hackmack)
  24 D-612 ABC Scorpion .Took part in the Deutscher Rundflug 1925 (Pilot H. Seywald). Delivered middle of 1925 to W. Kober, Berlin. From Dec. 1932 to F. Götz, Berlin
  25 D-779 Bristol Cherub. Kept by the company. In Febr.1928 registered to Sportflug GmbH für Mittelfranken und Oberpfalz, Fürth. Now preserved at the Deutschen Museum, München
  26 D-887 "Rolf". First ABC Scorpion, later Bristol Cherub. Sold to R. Weyermann, Bamberg. Used by Eberhard von Conta

 

Type Two seat trainer and sportplane
Engine 1 Bristol Cherub 1 ABC Scorpion
Dimensions Length 5.85 m, height 1.50 m, span 11.60 m, wing area 10.40 m2
Weights Empty 186 kg, load 184 kg, flying weight 370 kg  
Performance Max. speed 140 km/h, cruising speed 125 km/h, climb to 1000 m 12.5 min., service ceiling 4000 m, range 600 km  
Messerschmitt M 17 Left W Messerschmitt right Hans Seywald, pilot