Dave Guggemos T-34A

Dave Guggemos T-34A


US Specialty Insurance Company


History:
Built in Canada by Canadian Car & Foundry (34-95)in 1953, served with the US Air Force until 1960. Then transfered through the Military Assistance Program to Indonesia. Recovered from Indonesia in the mid 1990′s. Restoration from 1997 to 2007.

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Specifications

Registration Number Date of Manufacture
N834G May 1953
Aircraft Role Nickname
Trainer Mentor
Aircraft Type: Wingspan:
Beechcraft T-34 Mentor 32 feet 10 inches
Overall length: Empty weight:
25 feet 10 inches 2200 US pounds
Gross weight: Fuel capacity:
2950 pounds 50 gallons
Oil capacity Engine type:
Single 300 hp IO-550 piston engine
Propeller type: Max Speed
Hartzell Scimitar 3-blade 219 mph
Rate of Climb Cruise Speed
1000 fpm 150 kts
Service Ceiling Number of Crew
20,000 ft Two Tandem
Armament Bomb Load
None None
Number Built Number Surviving
150

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Photos

IMG_1704 IMG_1533 IMG_1535

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Restoration
Restoration started at Rounds Aviation in McMinnville, with Don and Chris Rounds. Assembly and first flights completed at Houston, TX. The new wing spars and engine/prop conversion was installed by Dan Blackwell.


Restoration Images

On-Trailer Picture-072
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