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Stearman PT-17, 4215977, Chinese Air Force, 1942  HA8110
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Stearman PT-17, 4215977, Chinese Air Force, 1942

Product code HA8110

Boeing

Stearman PT-17

ROCAF

€ 61.94
€ 57.81
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Scale 1 : 48

Publisher/Brand Hobbymaster

Format approx W 20.4 x L 15.7 x H 6.1 cm

Category Aircraft Scale Models

Subcategory 1: 48 Hobby Master

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Product description

1/48 scale pre-finished
Die-cast metal with a minimum of plastic.
Professionally painted.
All markings pad applied for superb results.
Comes with a pilot that can be removed.
Comes with display stand.

The Stearman Aircraft Company produced a bi-plane trainer-aircraft called the Model 70. In 1935
the USN ordered the Model 70 with a Wright J-5 Whirlwind engine designated the
NS-1. Boeing Aircraft Company bought Stearman and gave the Model 70 a Lycoming R-680-5
radial engine making it a Model 75. In 1936 the U.S. Army Air Corps placed an order for the
Model 75 and designated it PT-13. With a Continental R-670-5 engine it became the PT-17. The
RCAF labeled it PT-27 Kaydet with Kaydet becoming the universally accepted name.

WWII USN training aircraft such as the Stearman didn't have radios so when weather conditions
began to deteriorate or an emergency situation existed a brightly colored aircraft would be sent to
the various training areas. When the pilots saw these unique paint schemes it meant one thing;
return to base ASAP. These specially marked aircraft were referred to as "Recall" aircraft or in
some cases "Recovery" aircraft.

Specifications Boeing PT-17 Kaydet Stearman, USN designation N2S-3
Crew – 2 x Student Pilot and Instructor
PT-17 Produced – 3,500 +
Number of all variants produced – 10,000 +

Performance
1 x Continental R-670-5 7 cylinder radial engine producing 220 hp
Maximum Speed – 124 mph
Climb Rate – 840 ft/min
Service Ceiling – 11,200 ft
Range – 505 miles

Dimensions
Length – 24 ft 3 in
Wingspan – 32 ft 2 in
Height – 9 ft 2 in

Weight
Empty – 1,936 lbs
Maximum Takeoff – 2,717 lbs



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