1941 Fairchild For bid is arguably one of the finest Fairchild M62A, PT19 Aircrafts in existence.

Item specifics
Condition: Used Model Year: 1941
Make: Fairchild
For bid is arguably one of the finest Fairchild M62A, PT19 Aircrafts in existence, meticulously maintained and cared for. Historically speaking, this aircraft was on the assembly line, at the Fairchild Plant, when the United States entered World War II, December 08, 1941. The Aircraft was delivered to the U.S. Army Air Corps, Bonham Field, Texas, 302d Squadron, late December 1941, for use as a primary flight trainer. An absolute pleasure to fly! Ranger 200HP inverted 6 cylinder engine with great cylinder compression, operates flawlessly. Designed with a wide main gear stance to reduce the possibility of ground loop. Very easy to land and control on the ground, with rudder controlled tail wheel.
A complete set of logs dating from civilian release September 04, 1945, are included. No damage history. As of June 23, 2020, TTAF 3751 SMOH 215.5. Mark Denest restoration 2001, with restoration photo album.
Bendix King KY97A Transceiver
Garmin GTX 335 ADS-B Transponder, November 2019
Garmin GPS Map 296 Portable Aviation Receiver
Front/Rear Cockpit Interphone
Parker Hannifin Corporation 199-167 Disc Brake Conversion System (aka Cleveland Brakes)
Brackett Air Filter
Electric Starter
Vertical Compass Card
Instrument Vacuum System
Concord Battery, November 2018
New Ignition Harness, May 2020
New Tempest Fine Wire Plugs, June 2020
Propeller - sent to Sensenich Wood Propeller Company for inspection, balance and refinish, March 2018
Annual Inspection completed June 2020, due June 2021. Airworthiness Directives 43-07-01, 47-07-02, 47-07-03, 48-45-01 complied with and annually inspected.
PLEASE, SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY! If you have further question, please contact me at your first convenience. Aircraft sold as is where is.
Best regards!
Current date: 2020-06-24