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N9645 — - from the Summer of 2015
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N9645 —

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from the Summer of 2015

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Robin Rebhan
Nice! History in flight!
Tim Segulin
Somewhere way above the sky Hugo Junkers and Anthony Fokker may still be looking down, annoyed at the Ford Trimotor!
jesse kyzer
N9645 Is reg to a 1928? Ford 5-AT-B Tri-Motor C/N 8
https://aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=70404
adelma
Flew one a few times (well supervised!). Gives new meaning to "powered controls"! (You'd better be ready to provide the power!)
John moffitt
I just love this. So nice to be able to see this beautiful old tri-motor still in action
dicky11
That wing has some serious camber.
William Johnson
Back in the early to mid-80's working as a salesman for Mercury Aviation at Cuyahoga County Airport (CGF) in Ohio. I took Island Airlines Ford Trimotor aka (Tin Goose) based at Griffing Sandusky Airport Ohio in trade for a new Cessna 303 Crusader. Island Airlines had used the aircraft for Island hopping on Lake Erie. We had sold the Trimotor to a customer in Newark Ohio where he gave passenger rides. Then he moved it to Florida where he continued to give rides. If my memory serves me right a heavy Thunderstorm came along and did some serious damage where it had to be rebuilt for the second time. I did have a chance to fly it from the co-pilots seat when we took it in trade. What a great old aircraft. It had Wicker chairs old velvet cloth interior. A true passenger aircraft of its day. What a great day that was to have had a chance to fly this old Bird.
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