Alexander A-1 "Eaglerock"
1928 - N8240
Currently under restoration, the Alexander Eaglerock is the oldest plane in the Point Fosdick Collection. Originating in Spokane Washington, the Alexander Aircraft Company moved to Englewood, Colorado, 1923, and then to Colorado Springs, Colorado, in 1928. The factory was the highest elevation factory airport in the world at the time. The high elevation is said to have been the key for the Eaglerock’s strong performance in high altitude and mountainous regions.