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KAWASAKI C-1 (N8303) - A Curtiss Wright Robin (N8303 // NC8303) in extremely fine condition.
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KAWASAKI C-1 (N8303)


A Curtiss Wright Robin (N8303 // NC8303) in extremely fine condition.


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Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
The "Aircraft Type" box autofilled with "C172," a Cessna Skylane. Obviously this is not a Cessna Skylane. I tried deleting the autofilled info but it does not delete right now. I'll try again later. BTW: An FAA check of Reg N8303 confirms that the number is assigned to this Curtiss Robin.
That's the exact reason I deleted some of my N numbers on my photos, FA's software program is so messed up it lists a completely different plane.

Nice photo of a Robin Gary, looks like a Curtiss-Wright CW-1 Junior hanging from the ceiling.
Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
Howdy, Jim. I see what you mean. I just tried changing it from "C182" to an empty box, but it won't allow that. I can change it to a "C17" and to "C1" (see above) but it won't stay empty. I'd follow your lead and remove the reg number but if I do that then the owner won't be able to enter the reg and have it pop up. And I promised he'd be able to do it after I posted it. So I'll leave it, and have some fun by changing it to "C1."
jesse kyzer

(look at the boxes in the browse section, if a/c type is filled that is what will appear)
you may need to back out all the way to first page
Tom Vance
That hangar floor is super clean, how long did it take you to sweep it up? Classic photo Gman 5x*****
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