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Seversky P-35A

Description
  Manufacturer:Seversky
  Base model:P-35
  Designation:P-35
  Version:A
  Designation System:U.S. Air Force
  Designation Period:1925-1947
  Basic role:Pursuit
  Crew:Pilot

Specifications
  Length: 25' 4" 7.7 m
  Height:9' 9" 2.9 m
  Wingspan: 36' 10.9 m
  Wingarea: 220.0 sq ft 20.4 sq m
  Empty Weight: 4,575 lb 2,074 kg
  Gross Weight: 6,723 lb 3,048 kg

Propulsion
  No. of Engines: 1
  Powerplant: Pratt & Whitney R-1830-45
  Horsepower (each): 1050

Performance
  Range: 950 miles 1,529 km
  Cruise Speed: 260 mph 418 km/h 225 kt
  Max Speed: 290 mph 466 km/h 251 kt
  Ceiling: 31,400 ft 9,570 m

Known serial numbers
41-17434 / 41-17493

Examples of this type may be found at
MuseumCityState
United States Air Force MuseumWright-PattersonOhio


 

Recent comments by our visitors
 Chris
 , NM
The aircraft preserved and displayed in Dayton today is a P-35 and not the slightly longer P-35A! The former Swedish Air Force P-35A that use to be on display is now with Kermit Weeks and currently being restored to flying condition. Another P-35A is on permanent static display at the Swedish Air Force Museum. Only one P-35 and two P-35A have survived to this day.
08/04/2011 @ 08:49 [ref: 44876]
 Roberto Bertazzo
 Barra Mansa - RJ, NB
Ecuador operated 3 Seversky P-35 among 1942 and I begin of the decade of 1950.
They were the first modern figthert airplanes of Ecuador, only country of South America to use this plane
02/13/2001 @ 09:27 [ref: 1601]
 Anton Alm
 , OTH
Hello!
Sweden bought 120 P35A, but only 60 were delivered due to war embargo in 1940.
But these P35A (EP-101), was of a lengthend version and had a lenght of 8,18m
One is preserved at Royal Swedish Air force museum,in the city of Lidköping

/Anton
04/13/2000 @ 11:54 [ref: 69]

 
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