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N8888R, 1965 Bellanca 14-19-3A Cruisair Senior, C/N: 4250

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N8888R, 1965 Bellanca 14-19-3A Cruisair Senior C/N 4250, 1965 Downer Bellanca 14-19-3A CRUISEMASTER, Continental IO-470-F 260 Hp, this aircraft is FOR SALE, see all photos

1965 Downer Bellanca 14-19-3A CRUISEMASTER, Continental IO-470-F 260 Hp, this aircraft is FOR SALE, see all photos

Folder: Doug Robertson's photo gallery > Civil Production Acft-Std. class > Downer/Miller Bellanca 1959-1967 production > 260 14-19-3 CRUISEMASTER

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Photographer: Doug Robertson
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Shot Date: 2017-03-26
Airport: SZP
Santa Paula Airport
Upload Date: 2017-03-29
Views: 109

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Device Manufacturer: Canon
Device Model: Canon EOS REBEL SL1
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Shot Time: 2017:03:26 10:16:42
Original Image Size: 2673 x 1656 pixels
Exposure Time: 1/200 sec
F Number: f/9
Exposure Bias: 0
ISO Speed: 100
Focal Length: 31 mm
Flash: No Flash
Exposure Mode: 0
White Balance: 0
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  • N8888R @ SZP - 1965 Downer Bellanca 14-19-3A CRUISMASTER, Continental IO-470-F 260 Hp-see FAA Registry which is correct per this entry. - by Doug Robertson by Doug Robertson @ SZP
  • N8888R @ SZP - 1965 Downer Bellanca 14-19-3A CRUISMASTER, Continental IO-470-F 260 Hp - by Doug Robertson by Doug Robertson @ SZP
  • N8888R @ SZP - 1965 Downer Bellanca 14-19-3A CRUISEMASTER, Continental IO-470-F 260 Hp. This aircraft is FOR SALE. See MARS Bellanca specialist on the field for more info. - by Doug Robertson by Doug Robertson @ SZP
  • N8888R @ SZP - 1965 Downer Bellanca 13-19-3A CRUISEMASTER, Continental IO-470-F 260 Hp. Aircraft is FOR SALE. See all photos. - by Doug Robertson by Doug Robertson @ SZP