• Engine: Continental R670, 220hp, Hours 165.15, Maximum Speed 117 kts
• Propeller: McCauley Metal Ground Adjustable, Hours 174.30
• Airframe: 4018.50
• Range: 505 nm, Cruise Speed 83 kts
• Reg/Serial: G-DINS / 75-4041
• Based: Duxford U.K
• Maintained: Aircraft Restoration Company
Photo Credits and Copyrights: John Dibbs
Exclusively for sale with Eagles Eleven.
Boeing Stearman PT-17 G-DINS has been reluctantly placed on the market by its attentive owner, this stunning 1942 example of Boeing’s legendary WW2 trainer we are sure, will attract much attention. Based at IWM Duxford and maintained by the Aircraft Restoration Company for the last 11 years, this aircraft is a much-appreciated addition to the museum and currently the only example hangared there.
This aircraft was one of 300 supplied new to the RCAF under lend-lease it was used to train British and Commonwealth pilots where it served as FJ991 before returning to the USA for use by the Arnold Scheme.
G-DINS offers its new owner low airframe, engine and prop hours. The aircraft also has a full Certificate of Airworthiness and has not flown since its annual, other benefits include 8.33 kHz radio, new leather seat cushions, the complete set of Cambri covers and upgraded Redline disc brakes along with electric starter, also with a MTOW of 1338Kg this aircraft can be flown with a LAPL.
Several other items to be sold separately including a second adjustable McCauley propeller and a restored 1954 Lansing Bagnall aircraft tug.