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shot at Airventure a couple years ago


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Alan Brown
Great photo! Thank you.
Michael McMurtrey
I don't think any Seabee actually saw US navy service.
Todd RoyerPhoto Uploader
You are right, but it did serve with the militaries of Israel and South Vietnam, it was tested by the US Army Air Corp and Navy but not taken into service.
Carl Carlsen
With the 4 bladed prop, the old Franklin engine must have been replaced? Wonder what it has for a powerplant?
Todd RoyerPhoto Uploader
Not sure what it has for an engine, but I do know that this a new build aircraft, manufactured in 2008.
Allan Bowman
Many Seabees have a Chevy Corvette engine conversion. Performance is hugely improved over the underpowered Franklin.
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