The Armstrong Siddeley Cheetah X is a 375 hp at 2,300 rpm Engine that was designed, developed and made by the British Company, Armstrong Siddeley in 1919. Cheetah X engines powered several trainer aircraft during WW II such as the Airspeed Oxford and the Avro Anson planes
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