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SPARTAN UC-71 Executive (N17634) - Departing Runway 8.  Note the heat plume from the exhaust.
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SPARTAN UC-71 Executive (N17634)


Departing Runway 8. Note the heat plume from the exhaust.


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Douglas Deckner
A Spartan Executive, Model 7W, built in 1939, c/n 17, and powered by a Pratt & Whitney Wasp Junior SB, R-985 series radial with 400 h.p.!
sam kuminecz
Most beautiful private plane ever built thanks for sharing
This is not a Beechcraft of any kind, but a Spartan Executive.
The aircraft is a Spartan Executive. Beautiful Picture.
Steel61Photo Uploader
Yes, I am aware it is a Spartan, but the FlightAware software automatically labels it a BE35.
sam kuminecz
Steel...Try aircraft code at bottom of screen SP7...should change it to the correct name
Steel61Photo Uploader
That worked Sam, thank you.
sam kuminecz
Your welcome...great shot buddy!
alan mistrater
How in the begeezzus do you get 75 year old aluminum that smooth AND shiney????
Always one of my favorite classics.
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