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Cessna

 Country: United States

 Industry/ Capability:
General aviation aircraft, Commercial and Defense Industry contracts

 Head Office:
Cessna Aircraft Company
Wichita, Kansas


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Cessna 120/ 140
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Cessna 170/ 172
Cessna L-19/O-1 Bird Dog
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The Cessna T-37 Tweet (model 318 by Cessna) is a twin-engine jet attack type aircraft which flew for decades as a primary trainer for the USAF.


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The Cessna L-19/O-1 Bird Dog was utilized in Korea from 1950 through 1953.
— in 1962 the Army L-19 was re-designated the O-1 (Observation) Bird Dog and entered its second war in Vietnam.

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Cessna 120 / 140

intended for pilot training and inexpensive flying


The Cessna 120 was an economy version of the 140 produced at the same time. It had the same engine as the 140 but lacked wing flaps.
— a 120 outfitted with every factory option would be nearly equivalent to a 140.

This is a real blueprint, expertly restored from original plans and vintage design drawings. — measuring a generous 42"x 30".

This is a Engineering Blueprint Drawing. A reproduction of the popular Cessna 120-140 series. Very detailed; Aircraft dimensions, sub-assembly installation and aircraft specification data are shown. Truly a wonderful item for the aircraft memorabilia collector.

The Cessna Model 120/140 went into production in 1946. The high wing, two seat tail dragger was ...   continues: Click here


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After the war's end, Cessna began manufacturing two versions of tail wheel monoplanes, the Model 120 and 140… selling more than 7,000 of these wonderful two-seaters.


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History and Description: Cessna 120 / 140...
Cessna 120 / 140

This is a real blueprint, expertly restored from original plans and vintage design drawings. — measuring a generous 42"x 30".

This is a Engineering Blueprint Drawing. A reproduction of the popular Cessna 120-140 series. Very detailed; Aircraft dimensions, sub-assembly installation and aircraft specification data are shown. Truly a wonderful item for the aircraft memorabilia collector.

The Cessna Model 120/140 went into production in 1946. The high wing, two seat tail dragger was... continues below

Continued from above…    tail dragger was the first of the post-war family of Cessna single engine aircraft. The metal fuselage/ fabric wing Model 120 was produced along with the 'deluxe' Model 140 which featured more refinements (such as a starter and manual flaps.

The aircraft originally featured an 85hp engine, although a 90hp was later utilized. The Model 120/140 is reported to be reliable, well mannered, docile, and fun to fly. 2,172 Model 120s were built (as compared to 4904 Model 140s) up until the end of production in 1950. In 1957, the model 140 provided the basis for the development of the tricycle undercarriage model 150.

By Debs McCaffrey