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The Beech Aircraft Company was formally organized in April 1932, and in November of that same year, the Beechcraft 17 Staggerwing made its maiden flight. Walter Beech and designer Ted Wells produced what was to become the standard for passenger aircraft for nearly twenty years. In June of 1938, three Model D -17S were purchased for evaluation as a light liaison aircraft by the United States Army Air Corps. The USAAC designation is
YC-43. After a short flight test, the YC-43s were flown to London, Paris, and Rome to serve as air attach'e liaison aircraft for the American Embassies.

Model is a replica of UC-43/D-17S 489, N51746 duplicating YC43 38-139 used by US Air Corp attaches in London prior to U.S. entry into WWII and as it can be seen in the Yanks Air Museum in Chino, California.

Specification:

1:1 Beech YC43/UC-43/D-17S 489, N51746

Wingspan:
Length:
Wing Area:

32 ft.
26 ft. 1 1/2 in.
296.5 ft²

1:4.4 Beech YC43/UC-43/D-17S 489, N51746

Wingspan:
Length:
Wing Area:

86.5 inches
72 inches
2200 sq. in.

 This model, built and finished by _ _ _ _  _ _ _  _ _ _ _ _, complies with all BOM requirements .


                                  Date:       /         /                      Signed: _____________________________________

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