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MCV1. ARROW SPORT "60" , A Scarce Arrow Aircraft and Motors Corporation "Arrow Sport 60" brochure c.1926. Item measures 8 1/2" x 11" and two paged. Arrow Aircraft and Motor Corporation was a US aircraft manufacturer of the 1920s and 1930s. It was founded in 1925 at Havelock, Nebraska as the Arrow Aircraft Corporation, and built a variety of light sporting aircraft. The Arrow Sport (1926) was a Single-engine two-seat biplane sport aircraft. Used side-by-side seating. In 1928, truck body producer, Patriot Manufacturing Company of Havelock, Nebraska was purchased and merged into the new entity, Arrow Aircraft and Motors. In 1939, the company was bankrupt, a consequence of the effect of the Great Depression, and cost overruns with LeBlond engines. AS U CAN SEE ITEM IS IN FAIR CONDITION, used Inside Fair $10.00
MCV2. Beechcraft Bonanza, A Very Cool Beechcraft Bonanza V35B brochure c. 1957/1962. Brochure measures 8 1/2" x 11" with 18 pages of Fantastic color images; all sorts of information, used View 1 , view 2 EX $22.00
MCV3. Piper Comanche's , A Cool covered Piper Comanche PA-24-180 & PA-24-250 brochure c.1958/59. Item measures 9" x 12" with 10 pages of Color images and information. Has light over wear. The Comanche is a four-seat, single-engined, low-wing monoplane. It is an all-metal aircraft with a retractable landing gear. Two prototypes were built in 1956 with the first being completed by June 20, 1956. The first production aircraft, powered by a 180 hp (134 kW) Lycoming O-360-A1A engine, first flew on October 21, 1957. In 1958 it was joined by a higher powered PA-24-250 with a 250 hp (186 kW) Lycoming O-540-A1A5 engine; this model was originally to be known as the PA-26 but Piper decided to keep the PA-24 designation, used View 1, View 2 , View 3 VG $15.00
MCV4. PRIVATEER Amphibion , A Very Cool, and RARE "PRIVATEER Amphibion" Model P-3-C flying boat brochure c.1930/1940s. Item measures 4" x 8 1/4" with four panels. I Found Zero Information about the Privateer as well as Zero Information on Amphibions, Inc., Garden City, N.Y. manufacturer of the Privateer, used View 1 , View 2 EX $25.00
MCV5. Aero Turbo Commander, A Scarce and Cool covered Aero Turbo Commander brochure c. 1966/1969. Item measures 8 1/2" x 11" with 12 pages and a Turbo Commander "Standard Equipment and Performance Data" two paged brochure that fits into the back cover pocket. This a Brilliant Speciman, , used View 1 , View 2 , View 3 , View 4 , Standard Equip/Perf. Data Brochure , Inside Standard Equip/Perf. Data Broch. EX $20.00
MCV6. Piper Cherokee Arrow , A uncommon Piper Cherokee Arrow brochure c. 1963. Item measures 11" x 8 1/2" with six pages of Great images/information, used View 1 , View 2 , View 3 EX $15.00
MCV7. The SWIFT , A Scarce Globe Aircraft Corporation of Fort Worth, Texas "THE-SWIFT" GC-1A aircraft brochure dated 1944. Item measures 10 1/4" x 7 1/4" with 14 pages of Great images/information. The Swift was designed by R.S. "Pop" Johnson in 1940. The design was financially secured by John Kennedy, president of the Globe Medicine Company, to be built by his new Globe Aircraft Company. World War II interrupted their plans, however, and the 85 hp (63 kW) GC-1A Swift advertised as the "All Metal Swift" re-designed by K.H."Bud" Knox, received its type certificate on 7 May 1946. Two prototypes were built but essentially, the design remained the same as the type entered production. Globe built about 408 GC-1As, used View 1 , View 2 , View 3 , View 4 VG $20.00
MCV8. Cessna Cardinal, A Very Cool 1970 Cessna Cardinal 177 brochure c.'65. Item measures 8 1/2" x 11" with ten pages. Has light cover mini creases but must tilt to see them, with a small vertical crease at bottom of cover which should be visible. Inside is GREAT, with Color images/information, used Cardinal , Cockpit , Interior , New Cardinal 177 VG $10.00
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