1966 BELL UH-1H


  • For Sale
  • 1966
  • BELL UH-1H
  • N444NB
  • 66-17111
  • Olympia, WA USA

925000 $925,000 USD

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  • For Sale
  • 1966
  • BELL UH-1H
  • N444NB
  • 66-17111
  • Olympia, WA USA

Platinum Fighter Sales

Simon Brown / John Rayner

General Specs (cont.)

7920

635 HOURS

874 HOURS

Used

2021

2021

Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

This Helicopter was a hard working warrior during the Vietnam War in 1968. Based in Korat, Thailand it flew with the 7th Aviation Platoon. The 46th Special Forces Company did not have its own aviation assets. Aviation support was provided by the 7th. 66-17111 is confirmed as one of eight UH-1H's that did special operations missions for the 46th Special Forces and showed up in country with only 54 hours on the Airframe. It went on to fly over 2,000 hours in combat.
After its service in the U.S. Army it was transferred to the Singapore Air Force where it served until 2005, after which it was acquired by Northwest Helicopters LLC. It then received a complete inspection, reassembly, new paint and FAA certification to Airworthy status in Experimental Exhibition category.

Avionics / Equipment

VCT-186P x2 VHF VHF/FM
AN/ARC159 UHF
ARN83 ADF
C6533 Intercom x4 (Pilot/Copilot, Rear Stations have 2 EA Drops)
Becker Transponder with GPS/WAAS 1201 Sensor for ADSB

Airframe

1966 Bell UH-1H restored by Northwest Helicopters Inc. 

Airframe: 7920.2 TTSN
New Paint
New Interior Blankets
Rotor Brake ($150,000)

Engines / Mods / Prop

Engine: Lycoming T-53-L-13B (2400)  24273A  -  
635.0 hrs Time Remaining

Remarks

This Helicopter was a hard working warrior during the Vietnam War in 1968. Based in Korat, Thailand it flew with the 7th Aviation Platoon. The 46th Special Forces Company did not have its own aviation assets. Aviation support was provided by the 7th. 66-17111 is confirmed as one of eight UH-1H's that did special operations missions for the 46th Special Forces and showed up in country with only 54 hours on the Airframe. It went on to fly over 2,000 hours in combat.
After its service in the U.S. Army it was transferred to the Singapore Air Force where it served until 2005, after which it was acquired by Northwest Helicopters LLC. It then received a complete inspection, reassembly, new paint and FAA certification to Airworthy status in Experimental Exhibition category.