|First flight||24 July 1931|
A two-seat parasol-wing monoplane intended to be used as a fighter. Two prototypes were built in 1931 to fulfil a requirement for a two seat fighter. Having failed to gain a production order the Do C4 / Do 10 was used to test a tilting engine installation and propellers to suit, for STOL tests
|Type||Two seat fighter|
|Engine||Rolls-Royce Kestrel IIIS||BMW VI 7.3 (703)||Hispano-Suiza 12 Xbrc (Ybre?)|
|Power||391 kW (525 hp)||485 kW (650 hp)||515 kW (690 hp)|
|Armament||4 × MG 08/15 machine guns (two forward, two in rear turret)|
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- Green and Swanborough 1994, p. 185.
- Green, William and Swanborough, Gordon. The Complete Book of Fighters. New York: Smithmark, 1994. ISBN 0-8317-3939-8.
(Information on this model is difficult to come by and the nature of the relationship between C1/C4/10 is not yet totally resolved)
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