||Very rare ambulance aeroplane (factory configuration); quantity of production: 65; Waco NC 16512 was built as an Ambulance Aircraft in 1936; In service in Alaska until 1989, primarily with Anchorage as its base. Up until 1969, it had floats instead of landing gear. It served for the recovery of victims from accidents and for the transport of patients. Also in order of the W.W.II American Coastal Patrol as Civil Air Patrol. In the back of the fuselage one person can be accomodated on a stretcher.
In 1989 brought to Montana, where it was restored. Since April 1997 based at EDNX (Oberschleißheim) in the climate hangar of the Flugwerft, Deutsches Museum. Still airworthy as the only one Ambulance Version at Europe. (Annual valid until May 2019; next annual will be made)
Airplane time state
||AC: TT 6265 h regarding original LOG
Engine: 275 HP Jacobs R-755-B2, 7 Cylinder.;
major overhaul 2004; TSO 360 h.
Propeller: Hamilton Standard 2 B20-225 / 6135 A Constant Speed
TSO 360 h
||Black "Porsche" leather;
Fairing: "Alcantara" grey
||Fuselage: Orange with silver Wings
||All instruments as usual.
HSI King KI-525 A
Dir. Gyro, King KG 102 A + King KMT-112
Artif. Horizon BF Goodrich PN 1100-14-0
Com 1 / NAV KX-165i ASY / 8.33 kHz
Com 2 / KY 196 B SC+ / 8.33 kHz
Mode S XPDR, ELT, GPS Garmin 150 VFR
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Aircraft Smoke Generating System A 75 N1;
Alternator / Jasco P/N 6555-1 (12 V / 50 Amp)
Whelen Strobe lights top and bottom
Retractable landing lights "Grimes".