REPUBLIC RC-3 SEABEE # 930

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USA
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AIRCRAFT DATA

Manufacturer: Republic Aviation Corporation; Farmingdale, Long Island, New York, USA.
Model: RC-3 Seabee
Type Certificate No: A-769
Serial Number: 930
Manufacturing Date: 1947-05-??
Engine: Franklin 6A8-215-B9F (215 HP at 2500 RPM)
Remarks: Mode S codes: 52144627 / A8C997
 
Reg. No. Date Remarks
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1947-05-?? Manufacturing Date.
1947-05-?? Test flight.
1947-06-05 Statement of Conformity, Form ACA 317, issued by Republic Aviation Corporation ... 930 has been manufactured in conformity with the data forming the basis for Type Certificate No. A-769...
[Signed W. I. Stieglitz, Design Engineer, Commercial Req'ts].
1947-06-09 Application for Airworthiness Certificate, Form ACA-305:
Owner's name: Republic Aviation Corporation; Farmingdale, New York.
Engine 6A8-215-B9F.
1947-06-16 Bill of Sale, Form ACA-500 Part C:
Purchaser: John Ostrander and Anthony Mangine; Gowanda, New York.
Seller: Republic Aviation Corporation; M. G. Veckman, Assistant Treasurer.
1947-06-16 Officially delivered from Republic Aviation Corporation to Buffalo Aeronautical Corporation; Buffalo, New York, USA.
1947-06-16 Application for Registration, Form ACA-500 Part B:
Name: John Ostrander and Anthony Mangine; Gowanda, New York.
1947-06-24 Registration Certificate, Form ACA-500 Part A, issued to:
John Ostrander and Anthony Mangine; Gowanda, New York.
1947-06-27 Chautauqua Lake, New York.  Aircraft crashed when landing on water with landing gear down.  Fiver-year-old Margaret Brinck drowned.  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brinck and daughter Nins Kay (6) escaped, together with pilot Anthony Mangine.
1956-02-15 Aircraft Status Change, Form ACA 195;
Registered owner: John Ostrander and Anthony Mangine.
Cancelled for reason checked below:
[x] No reply to audit questionnaire.

Cancelled from CAA Aircraft Register.

  Sources: RAC Seabee Delivery List.
FAA Aircraft Registry.
Barry Collman.
Matt Miller.

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Dunkirk Evening Observer
Dunkirk-Fredonia, N. Y., Saturday, June 28, 1947
Courtesy of Matt Miller

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