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1928 Ford 5AT-C Trimotor, A Very Historic And Original Trimotor, S/N 74, 16,508 TTSN, Low Time Engines, Compete Records, Former Grand Canyon Airlines Plane.
Avionics / Equipment
King KX 155 Nav/Comm
King KT76A Transponder
1928 Ford 5-AT-C s/n 74. 16,508.5 hrs TTSN. Very historic and original aircraft in excellent condition.
Engines / Mods / Prop
Engines: Pratt & Whitney R-985's:
1: 16.5 SMOH by Aero Engines
2: 368.5 SMOH by Covington Engines
3: 287.3 SMOH by Aero Engines
Interior / Exterior
10 passenger seats
This aircraft is serial number 74, the 155th Ford Tri-motor built. Its first flight was September 4, 1929. It operated as a Ford Motor Company factory demonstrator aircraft. During this period the aircraft was equipped with twin metal floats, accumulating 249 hours as a seaplane. This aircraft has complete records and history since delivery.