|Manufacturer:||Republic Aviation Corporation; Farmingdale, Long Island, New York, USA.|
|Type Certificate No:||A-769|
|Engine:||Franklin 6A8-215-B9F (215 HP at 2500 RPM)|
Heritage Reel # T-7945 (image 1330 thru ????).
Canadian CAR File # 5008-D12-21 (5008-DLU).
of Allotment to Canadian Civil Aircraft Register.
Reserved for Pulsifer Bros., Ltd.; 5 Doyle Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
|1947-04-25||Officially delivered from Republic Aviation Corporation to Pulsifer Bros., Ltd.; Halifax, Nova Scotia.|
|1947-04-29||US CAA C of A for Export # E-15485 issued. Export to Canada.|
|1947-04-30||Date of Deletion of Reservation.|
|1947-06-06||Registered on Canadian Civil Aircraft Register.|
of R issued to:
Sampson Motors Ltd.; Nova Scotia.
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia: 45° 35' 30" N / 60° 57' 40" W.
Pilot William Alfred Sampson (PPL # QMP-3740, 41 years old) misjudged distance required for safe take off from lake. He failed to discontinue take off. Failure to allow sufficient area for water take-off resulted in a stalled turn at a low altitude, followed by a collision with ground hydro pole and three parked motor vehicles. Damage: Very extensive damage to aircraft. A broken hydro pole. Damage to three parked vehicles. Injuries: One passenger minor injuries. [Accident File # 5002-1365].
|1962-01-03||Deleted from Canadian Civil Aircraft Register.|
RAC Delivery List.