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FLEET PT-26 Cornell (N1777) - On static display June 11 at the Greenwood lake airshow
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FLEET PT-26 Cornell (N1777)


On static display June 11 at the Greenwood lake airshow


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Tom Wilson
N1777 May have been a PT26 when it was built, but in its current configuration it is a PT19. A PT 26 has a sliding canopy over both cockpits and a single exhaust which incorporates a “hot tube” to provide heat for the cockpit heater.
Jim Isbell
I looked at the picture and said to myself PT-19 then read the caption and was mistrusting myself.. Glad you cleared it up.
jesse kyzer
N1777 - Constructed as a 1942? PT-19A-FA by Fairchild at Hagerstown, MD, USA.
https://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=4705 (no pic)
PT-26 enclosed cockpit
PT-19 open cockpit
I owned a PT-19 'termite hotel' back in the late 50's. Fun to fly. That inverted engine used almost as much oil as it did gas!
Jorgiane Kaminski
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