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Fairchild PT-19 'Cornell'

Description
  Manufacturer:Fairchild
  Base model:PT-19
  Designation:PT-19
  Nickname:Cornell
  Designation System:U.S. Air Force
  Designation Period:1925-1947
  Basic role:Primary Trainer

Specifications
Not Yet Available

Known serial numbers
40-2418 / 40-2687, 41-040 / 41-139

Examples of this type may be found at
MuseumCityState
Travis Air Force MuseumTravis AFBCalifornia


 

Recent comments by our visitors
 john ernest pettigrew
 slocan, BC
i have an excellent example of prop for fairchild pt19 all decals ,varnish exemplary for sale sensenich 1932 -1942 vintage
08/29/2013 @ 08:43 [ref: 68035]
 john ernest pettigrew
 slocan, BC
i have an excellent example of prop for fairchild pt19 all decals ,varnish exemplary for sale sensenich 1932 -1942 vintage
08/29/2013 @ 08:41 [ref: 68034]
 Jeff
 Leander, TX
My uncle left me a prop from a PT-19. I am looking for the hub to complete the display. Does anyone know where I might find one?
01/22/2013 @ 11:16 [ref: 67517]
 Ed Kostiuk
 Oklahoma City, OK
I had to remove the prop from our 19 and need to reinstall. I cannot find the torque limits in the manual. Does anyone have them? If so please send me the details at my e-mail address ed.kostiuk@leo.gov

There are two torquest I will need he spinner middle piece and one of our guys removed the nuts from the prop plate so I will need to retorque those as well. Thanks in advance.

K
03/28/2012 @ 13:52 [ref: 54521]
 John Morton
 , VT
Hello Jennifer,

I have some extra wings that might serve your purpose, I would be willing to donate one to your project.

John
02/23/2012 @ 09:54 [ref: 53322]
 duane
 Calgary, AB
I believe I have an original prop from a Fairchild PT-19 Cornell and wonder if anyone knows what it is worth
07/19/2011 @ 09:47 [ref: 42064]
 Chris
 belton, TX
Craig in Traverse City, Do you still have the PT19 prop?

07/15/2011 @ 19:27 [ref: 41249]
 Chris
 belton, TX
Craig in Traverse City, Do you still have the PT19 prop?

07/15/2011 @ 19:27 [ref: 41248]
 J. C. Høibråten
 Skedsmokorset, OTH
Hello! Our restoration group at the Kjeller Aviation History Society (KFF or Kjeller Flyhistoriske Forening) at Kjeller Aerodrome in Norway is restoring a Fairchild PT-19 to airworthiness. We restored a Dh 82 Tiger Moth to airworthiness a few years ago and have come a long way with this Cornell, but we need a left wing. Our aircraft crashed in England some years ago before we got it and the left wing was completely destroyed. We have managed to locate a left wing that can be made airworthy but in order to get it, we need to be able to provide the donor with a left wing that is good enough to be used on their Cornell static display instead. Can anyone advise us where we might find a left wing that we can buy, so as to be able to exchange with the museum for their wing that is airworthy? It doesn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t matter if it is damaged or lacks flaps/ailerons as long as it can be restored good enough to be a static display. On behalf of the chaps at KFF, thank you very much for any assistance/leads/suggestions you may be able to give us.
Jennifer.


06/14/2011 @ 15:13 [ref: 39566]
 pete
 Scotia, NY
Anyone know where I can sell my 1942 6-440c-2 ranger engine. Have it listed on Craigslist(Albany) probably not the best place. Please help
Call 518-377-3125

05/01/2011 @ 06:22 [ref: 37629]

 
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