The XF3B-1 (Model 74) was built by Boeing as a private
venture and externally resembled closely the F2B-1, but
had provision for a single central float with outboard
stabilising floats. Powered by a 425hp Pratt & Whitney
R-1340 Wasp, it was flown for the first time on 2 March
1927 as a float seaplane. Showing no significant
advance over the F2B-1, the XF3B-1 was returned to
Boeing by the US Navy and completely rebuilt (as the
|Stephen Ratzlaff, e-mail, 27.09.2016 01:05|
I'm interested to know what happened to the name plate you meantioned above. Could you contact me? 206-250-1625
|JERRY, e-mail, 09.08.2011 20:26|
THE BOEING 75 OR STEARMAN PT-17 /PT-13 IS NOT LISTED HERE.
WHY IS THAT??
|dave lankford, e-mail, 06.07.2011 22:18|
saw in denver post about crash of a boeing B75N1 crashing in custer county colorado didn,t show up on any boeing aircrat here
|John Sefcik, e-mail, 04.06.2007 17:26|
I have a name plate from a Boeing biplane powered by a P & W Wasp engine. It is written on the bottom that it crashed in Reo De Janerio in 1927 and was named the COMET and flown by Roger (appears to be Moch W. Go) I was hoping to to get a little info before I sell it, probably e-bay. If you desire to see a photo I could send you one. Thanks Johnny
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