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|Graham Clayton, e-mail, 13.02.2021 04:57|
Arrow hoped that the Model F would appeal to customers by offering low motor costs, operating expenses and upkeep. Sales were low, and beset with financial issues, the company began applying to the federal government for loans to maintain operations, before finally declaring bankruptcy in 1939.
|Bob Wearley, e-mail, 10.03.2016 00:05|
My first ride as well in the early 40s. There were 4 in Woodburn Indiana at the time. Paul Ausburger (Ausburger Ford Auto) put a 39 Mercury engine in his. There was a yellow one and it may still be there hung in the terminal in the San Francisco airport.
|R Hutchins, e-mail, 04.03.2010 01:18|
Built in Havelock, NE a suburb of Lincoln, NE. After going broke in about '36, the plant produced Patriot Trucks. It now is Goodyear Tire and Rubber and the original plant has been swallowed by a much larger building. One of the planes hangs in the ceiling of the Lincoln, NE airport.
|Ted C. Harper, e-mail, 16.08.2008 18:21|
This is the first airplane that I ever got a ride in
back in 1937 /1938. I was about ten years old at that
It was called an ARROW SPORT and was powered by a FORD V-8
auto engine. Probably the 85 hp engine.
It was a two seat, side by side, open cockpit. It was
manufactured in Lincoln NE
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