1944 STINSON VULTEE V-77 N60058 s/n: 1337

Total Rebuild Completed in 2006 with authentic WWII Equipment installed
sold

Airframe:

366 Hrs Since Restoration

Engine(s):

  • Lycoming R-680-E3, 300 H.P.
  • 366 Hours TTSNEW

Avionics:

  • Becker AR4201-1 Radio
  • Becker ATC-4401-1 Transponder
  • AmeriKing AK-35 Encoder
  • ACK E-01 ELT

Equipment:

  • PS Engineering 1000 Intercom
  • Navigator ChartBoard
  • Aperiodic Compass
  • Navigator Tray
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • F-24 Camera, installed to rails on floor near Observers seat
  • New Battery
  • New Starter
  • Grimes Position Lights and Landing Lights

Propeller(s):

  • Hamilton Standard 2B20, Blades 6135A-9
  • 366 Hours Since TTSNEW

HISTORY:

N60058 was built for the British Royal Navy in 1944 where she served in India for 18 months accumulating  50 hour. The current owner has the service records in Cochin, India. The Aircraft returned to the US per Lend Lease in 1945.   Vultee converted all AT-19s to V-77 and an Airworthiness issued in 1946.  Served in Mattituck, New York for another 50 hrs. and sold to another individual who put another 50 hrs. on the aircraft then stored.  Dr. Tait of Reno bought the a/c and performed an 8+ year restoration (his second AT-19).

AWARDS:

  • 2013 Silver Wrench Oshkosh
  • 2008 Reno Air Races TT Trophy
  • 2008 Best of Class at Sun N Fun
  • 2008 Best of Class at Oshkosh
sold

Exterior:

Royal Navy Paint Scheme, Poly Fiber Fabric: Very Good Condition

Interior:

Restored Authentic WWII Cockpit: Very Good Condition

MISCELLANEOUS:

  • 2014 Rebuilt LH and RH Fuel Tanks by Rare Aircraft, MN
  • Complete Military and Civilian Logs
  • Microfilm V-77 Factory Drawings
  • 1351 Useful Load

Aircraft located in Memphis, TN.
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION UPON INSPECTION
Photos by Jim Koepnick