Floyd Bennett Field - HARP - Boeing Stearman PT-17 Restoration
Bill Maloney

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01 Boeing Stearman PT17 Restoration 02 Boeing Stearman Fuselage 03 Boeing Stearman Cockpit 04 Boeing Stearman Main Gear
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05 Boeing Stearman Main Gear 06 Continental W680 Radial 07 Continental W680 Radial 08 Boeing Stearman PT17 Firewall
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09 Boeing Stearman Cockpit 10 Boeing Stearman Cockpit

Boeing Stearman PT-17 Specifications:

More Boeing Stearmans and PT-17 Kaydets at other
Aviation & Naval museums in the northeast
Boeing Stearman Boeing Stearman PT-17 Kaydet
Another Boeing Stearman PT-17 can be found at the Air Mobility Command Museum in Dover, DE A Boeing PT-17 Kaydet at the Naval Air Station Wildwood Museum in Rio Grande, NJ
Stearman PT-17 Kaydet Boeing Stearman PT-17
Boeing Stearman at the Mid Atlantic Air Museum in Reading, PA Boeing Stearman PT-17 at the New England Air Museum in Hartford, CT
Boeing PT-13 Stearman Boeing Stearman Biplane
A Boeing PT-13 Stearman at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Mount Hope, Ontario, Canada A Boeing PT-17 Kaydet at the Naval Air Station Wildwood Museum in Rio Grande, NJ
  Stearman Biplane
  Boeing Stearman Biplane at the Wings of Eagles Museum in Horseheads, NY

Length: 25 feet 0 inches
32 feet, 0 inches
9 feet, 2 inches
Empty 1,900 lbs Loaded - 2,700 lbs
Max Speed: 125 mph
Cruise Speed: 95 mph
Range: 500 miles
Service Ceiling: 11,000 feet
Powerplant: Continental W670 Air Cooled Radial Engine 220hp
Fuel Capacity:45 gallons
First Flight : 1934
Cost: $11,000

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