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Grumman G-44 Widgeon (N3TD)
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Grumman G-44 Widgeon (N3TD)



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Karter Hickling
I think this is a goose
Dave Marion
It's neither. Contrary to its incorrect registration, it is not a "Grumman" Widgeon but rather a license-built "copy" of one built in France. It is a SCAN Type 30, serial no. 16. You can always tell the difference between Widgeons based on their serial numbers; if it is between 1201 and 1400, it is a Grumman G-44 (built between 1940 and 1945.) If it is between 1401 and 1476, it is a Grumman G-44A built after the war. If the serial no. is between 1 and 41, it is a French-built SCAN Type 30 - that's as in mfg. = "SCAN" and model = "Type 30" contrary to the stupid FAA registration which calls it a "Grumman SCAN Type 30" which is like calling something a "Chevy Pontiac Firebird" because it is similar to a Camaro.
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
23-Nov-2022 UnknownNear Lake Havasu City, AZNear Phoenix, AZ First seen 02:15PM MST Last seen 02:47PM MST 0:32
23-Nov-2022 UnknownNear Phoenix, AZWickenburg Muni () First seen 09:38AM MST Last seen 09:55AM MST 0:16
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