The Curtiss OX-5 Aero Engine is a 8-cylinder, water-cooled 90 degree Vee engine that was built in quite large numbers during World War I to power the Curtiss Jenny training aircraft and hold the distinction of being the first mass produced aero engine in the history of aviation.
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