Caspar CJ 14
Type
Single seat fighter
Engine
1 Hispano-Suiza, 300 hp
1 Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar III with 2-bladed wooden prop.
Dimensions
Length 5.4 m, height 2.78 m, span  8.6 m, wingarea 15.3 m2
Weights
 
Empty 800 kg, crew 80 kg, flying weight 1200 kg
Performance
 
Max. speed at sea level 270 km/h, climb to 1000 m 1 min., cruising speed
225 km/h, range 600 km
Armament
2 fixed MG firing through the prop., 500 rpg
Type
Werk.Nr
Registration
History
     
Built in 1924 by Dansk Aero
In 1924, the firm Caspar-Werke AG constructed a fighter, the designation CJ.14. It was a single-seat  wooden biplane equipped with the a Hispano-Suiza, 300 hp. Armament consisted of two frontal machine guns 7.92 mm ammunition with 500 rounds of ammunition.
Since the Treaty of Versailles  military planes was not allowed to be built The plane was built by the Danish company Dansk-Aero Industrie , located in Copenhagen.One aircraft was built. During the tests, the engine was replaced with a more powerful 380-hp Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar III..