We noticed you're using an unsupported browser which may result in limited or no functionality for portions of our website. We recommend using Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Safari for the best experience.
Price Reduced: 1938 Cunningham Hall PT-6F. 1656 TTSN, 23 Hrs since restoration, 23 SMOH; Pratt & Whitney R-985.
Total Time Since New: 1,656 Hours
Engines / Mods / Prop
Pratt & Whitney R-985
23 Hours Since Major Overhaul
The Cunningham-Hall Aircraft Corporation was formed in 1928 and the first design was the PT-6, which first flew on April 3, 1929. The PT-6 was a biplane of all-metal construction with a fixed landing gear with tail-skid. The cockpit held a pilot and either a copilot or passenger, with a separate cabin for four passengers. The aircraft was powered by a 300 hp (224kW) Wright J-6 Whirlwind radial engine. Two PT-6 aircraft were built.
The company's last design was a freighter conversion the PT-6F. First flown in 1937, the original passenger cabin was modified as a cargo compartment with 156 ft³ (4.42m³) of stowage space. A freight door was fitted to the fuselage and a loading hatch fitted in the roof. It was powered by a Wright R-975E-1 radial engine.