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Wallis autogyros
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Wikipedia provides a pretty complete list, and AviaStar adds the missing WA-120, WA-122 and WA-201:

WA-116 Agile
Prototype autogyro powered by a Wallis-McCulloch 4318A engine.

WA-116-T

Two-seat variant, one built.

WA-117 Venom

Variant powered by a 100 hp (75 kW) Rolls-Royce Continental O-200-B engine (1965).

WA-118 Meteorite

Variant powered by a 100 hp (75 kW) Wallis modified Meteor Alfa engine.

WA-119
Variant powered by a 990cc Hillman Imp engine.

WA-120
Variant produced in 1970.

WA-121
Streamlined variant for high altitude research with a Wallis-McCulloch engine, one built and first flown in 1972, became the smallest and lightest of the range.

WA-122/R-R
Two-seat trainer (first flown 1980).

WA-201
Twin-engined research autogyro.

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