“SR9C Stinson is among one the very rare and desirable antique aircraft survivors of the Golden Age.
|“SR9C Stinson is among one the very rare and desirable antique aircraft survivors of the Golden Age of aviaton. This particular example is ready for some new owner to return her to the glory of days past. This example needs the hand of a craftsman to repair,assemble and restore. It is a very complete project. email email@example.com for a complete and extensive gallery of photographs documenting the completeness of the project. Including a log books and maintenance records from the day this stinson was born. Also inclulded is a Lycoming R680 Engine of 300HP. This engine only has 88.5 hours since overhaul. The propeller required for the Stinson is a Hamilton Standard 2B20 which is part of the items in the inventory of this project.”|
General characteristicsCrew: one, pilotCapacity: 3 to 4 passengersLength: 27 ft 11 in (8.51 m)Wingspan: 41 ft 7 in (12.68 m)Height: 8 ft 6 in (2.59 m)Wing area: 256.5 sq ft (23.84 m²)Empty weight: 3,045 lb (1,384 kg)Loaded weight: 4,605 lb (2,093 kg)Powerplant: 1 × Lycoming R680 D5 300 Horsepower
PerformanceCruise speed: 154 knots (177 mph, 285 km/h)Range: 739 nmi (850 mi, 1,369 km)Service ceiling: 21,000 ft (6,400 m)Rate of climb: 1,330 ft/min (6.8 m