Description of the engines:
Pratt & Whitney R-1340-AN1
512 Hrs SMOH
Hamilton Standard 3 Blade 3D40 (Counterweight)
159 Hrs SPOH ( AD 81-13-06 does not apply)
Narco Com 811
Narco KT-76A Transponder
Narco AR-850 Encoder
NAT AA-80 Intercom
Kannad 406 ELT
Garmin GPSMAP 296
Federal Hydraulic Metal Skis
Full IFR panel with modern 3” Gyros
Throw over Yoke
Davtron Digital OAT
Leading Edge Landing and Taxi Lights
Yellow with Blue Trim, Metal Fuselage- Very Good Condition- Redone 1994
Light Gray Fabric (FAA fire block approved) – Redone in 2017
Built in 1943
To USAAF as 43-5233
DELIVERED TO THE DELTA AIRLINES MODIFICATION CENTER ON 10/18/1943
Served at various bases including-GREAT FALLS, MT,FLOWN TO THE 7TH FERRYING GROUP, GORE FIELD, ANCHORAGE, AK, ELMENDORF AFB, PONCA CITY, OK
FLOWN TO RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORP. AND ASSIGNED TO BE SOLD AS SURPLUS.
CONVERTED TO A “METAL” NORSEMAN; DEVELOPED BY C.R. URSAL OF SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS IN 1958.
Sold to Canada where it served with a number operators and airlines
Returned to USA in 2015 as N164UC
Annual Inspection completed March 2019
Current Transponder certification
New Battery in 2018
Extensive overhaul of aircraft completed in 1994 to include major disassembly and refurbishment of wings, fuselage, tail group and interior. Fabric surfaces redone in Poly Fiber.
COURTESY: Recently Restored 1942 Noorduyn Norseman USAAF Model UC-64A, 512 Hours SMOH, Low Time Since Extensive Airframe Rebuild with Federal Hydraulic Skis. Complete with Large Door- Will Haul a Load on Wheels or Skis! Warbird, Load Hauler and a Family Aircraft! Price Slashed to $190,000. Owner Will Consider BE-18 Trade. See N164UC complete specs & photos at http://www.courtesyaircraft.com and contact Mark Clark at email email@example.com today!
13,145 Hrs TTSNEW