Cessna C-145 Airmaster

Cessna C-145 Airmaster


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Cessna Airmaster,a Golden Age Classic

In its time the Airmaster was the fastest for its horsepower of any four place airplane, the cessna first won distinction by winning a transcontinetal race in 1928. .

Specifications

  • Wing span 34'2".
  • Length 24'8".
  • Height 7' 9".
  • Weight empty 1380lbs.
  • Useful load 970 lbs.
  • Baggage 64 lbs.
  • Fuel 35-53 gals.
  • Oil 3.5 gals.
  • Performance-
  • Powered with a 145h.p. Warner Super-Scarab engine,
  • the Airmaster has a maximum speed of 162 m.p.h.,
  • cruises at 151 m.p.h.,
  • Its normal range is 525-785 miles depending on configuration.
  • Rate of climb 1000 ft./min. Service ceiling 18,000 ft.
  • Manufactured by Cessna AircraftCompany, Wichita, Kansas.

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