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L-17

The Navion L-17 was manufactured during 1948-1950 by the Ryan Aeronautical Company that acquired the rights in the design in 1947 from North American Aviation. More than a thousand machines were produced.

Production of the Navion was terminated by Ryan in 1951, shortly after the company had introduced a new, more powerful model, the Navion Super 260. Some 1,300 exmples of the various Navion versions are still active in the United States today.

Manufacturer:

Ryan Aeronautical Co.


Powerplant:

Continental E-185-3 - 205 hp


Maximum Speed:

155 mph


Weight Empty:

1,782 lbs.


Service Ceiling:

15,600 ft.


Range:

500 miles

 
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