TRAVEL AIR MYSTERY SHIP N613K s/n RC-2002

A Unique, One-of-a-Kind, Record Breaking Airplane! This Aircraft is One of Only Two Surviving Travel Air Mystery Ships!
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Airframe:

0 Hrs Since World Class Restoration by JME Aviation Ltd.

Engine(s):

Wright R760(J-6-7), 425 H.P.
0 Hrs SMOH

Propeller(s):

Hamilton Standard 5406AL
0 Hrs SPOH

PERFORMANCE:
Maximum Speed: 227 mph
Stall Speed: 70 mph
Landing Speed: 70 mph
Rate of Climb (ft.min.): 3,000
Service Ceiling: 30,000 ft.
Range: 525 miles
Cruising Speed: 150 mph

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History:

On the 5th August 1930, the aeroplane was flown by Pancho Barnes to capture the Women’s Air Speed record at the Los Angeles Metropolitan Airport, breaking the record previously held by Amelia Earhart, raising it to 196.19 mph, Barnes broke the record by nearly 14 mph, making four passes over a measured one-mile course at a level of 150-160 feet. This aircraft has also been flown by many of aviation’s greatest including Howard Hughes and Paul Mantz.

Exterior:

Overall Red and Black, Union Gasoline Markings, Polished Silver Propeller- Excellent Condition

Interior:

Restored with Black Cockpit, Zinc green tubing and Solid Wood Floor- Excellent Condition

SPECIFICATIONS:
Wing Span: 29 feet 2 inches
Length: 20 feet 2 inches
Height: 7 feet 9 inches
Gross Weight: 1,940 lbs
Empty Weight: 1,475 lbs
Useful Load: 465 lbs

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