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N636X, 1952 Martin 404, C/N: 14135

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N636X, 1952 Martin 404 C/N 14135, Martin 404 at the Planes of Fame Air Museum, Valle AZ

Martin 404 at the Planes of Fame Air Museum, Valle AZ

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Photographer: Ingo Warnecke
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Shot Date: 2011-03-16
Airport: 40G
Valle Airport
Upload Date: 2011-12-16
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Device Manufacturer: Fujifilm
Device Model: FinePix S9500
Device Type: Digital Still Camera
Shot Time: 2011:03:16 11:36:46
Original Image Size: 72 x 3488 pixels
Exposure Time: 1/450 sec
F Number: f/5
Exposure Bias: 0
ISO Speed: 80
Focal Length: 8.1 mm
Flash: No Flash
Exposure Mode: 0
White Balance: 0
Scene Type: Directly Photographed
Contrast: 0
Saturation: 0
Sharpness: 0
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  • N636X @ CMA - 1952 Martin 4-0-4, two P&W R-2800-CB16 Double Wasp 2,400 Hp each, See, Read my article here in the Articles section re this aircraft. - by Doug Robertson by Doug Robertson @ CMA
  • N636X @ 40G - 1952 Martin 404, c/n: 14135 a wonderful sight at Planes of Fame , Valle AZ - only the second of the type I have ever seen - by Terry Fletcher by Terry Fletcher @ 40G
  • N636X @ CMA - Martin 4-0-4: two 2,400 hp P&W R-2800-CB-16 piston radial recips, Span: 93'3.5, Length: 74'7, Gross weight: 44,900 lbs, Cruise speed: 276 mph at 18,000 ft., Range: 310 miles with max payload. Accommodation: crew of two and 40-52 passengers. - by Dean Heald by Dean Heald @ CMA
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  • N636X @ CMA - 1952 Martin 4-0-4, two P&W R-2800-CB16 Double Wasp 2,400 Hp, in livery of Pacific Airlines - by Doug Robertson by Doug Robertson @ CMA