Форум Breguet's Aircraft Challenge
The Robey-Peters Tractor Scout of 1915, where in the Fighter book of J.M. Bruce (Volume 2) it is believed that a 80 hp Clerget was intended but never fitted.
The machine was completed, but never flown. For reasons unknown, to me at least, neither the intended engine nor a suitable alternative, was ever delivered.
After waiting at Hendon for some time for the delivery of an engine, the machine was returned to the factory in Lincoln and put into storage.
The company was primarily a sub-contractor, but they did open a design office with the hope of selling their own products. During the war they came up with 3 designs, one was a pusher scout that was never built and there was this small tractor scout, to be powered by an 80 hp Gnome. Their third product was a larger machine of which 2 were built.