13221 Hrs TTSNEW
Pratt & Whitney R-985-AN-14B, 450 H.P.
LH: 930.8 Hours SMOH at NAS Los Alamitos (7716.5 hours TT)
RH: 675.8 Hours SMOH at NAS Pensacola (7708.9 hours TT)
Stock 1960’s Vintage Radios
Hamilton Standard 22D30-317
LH: 1883 Hours SPOH at NAS Pensacola (3902.4 hours TT)
RH: 1247.4 Hours SPOH (TT unknown)
JRB-2 Bureau No 4725 had the acceptance date September 29, 1941. Navy records from 1941-June 1946 were lost. However, complete airframe, engine, propeller, and accessory logs from 1946 until it was sold surplus by the Navy in 1967 to Tarrant County Junior College in Fort Worth. TCJC used it for an A&P school trainer until the early 1990’s at which time they donated It to the Vintage Flying Museum. TCJC used it as a carburetor trainer and did run the engines back in the 1980’s. The aircraft has never been flown since retired from the military in 1967. It Has been stored in a hangar almost the entire time since being retired from the Navy.
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White Top, Blue Bottom with Black Stripe.
Aircraft is a complete project and requires a complete restoration. Currently FAA registered. No AD’s complied with including the spar AD. Aircraft has never flown in civilian hands. Spar straps available minus hardware and STC paperwork.
Weight: Empty: 6175lbs Max Takeoff: 8750lbs
Wing Span: 47ft 8in
Length: 34ft 2in
Height: 9ft 8in
Capacity: 8 passengers
Max Speed: 247 mph (223 knots)
Cruise Speed: 205 mph (178 knots)
Ceiling: 26,000 ft
Range 1200 miles at 160 mph