A 1942 N2S-3 Stearman N62598 has hit the market.
The aircraft was reportedly converted and reconditioned from duster service in 1985 and is described as “extremely low time” and “a blast to fly.” The airframe is said to have a total time of 1,458 hrs while the R-985-14B engine has 464 hrs SMOH. The prop (Hamilton Standard 2D30 with 6101A blades) has 188 hrs since overhaul by Maxwell Propellers.
The machine reportedly features Redline brakes, ADC oil filter system, smoke system, custom Beech 18 cowling, original data plate, thorough maintenance records and complete logs dating back to the factory test flight, including Naval logs.
The Stearman is located in Verona, Wisconsin and is being offered with a starting bid of $73,000. Click here to check out the complete listing.