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Travel Air 4000
The 4000 Series Travel Air was produced with various engine installations available, the most popular being the Wright Whirlwind J-5-C. The airplane was widely accepted for both personal and commercial use during the late ‘20s and early ‘30s.

Travel Air was considered to be the leader of the General Aviation fleet in its time.

Travel Air 4000 NC367M, c/n 1295, was restored by Mr. Tom Eanes, of Grand Prairie, Tx, with its present Lycoming radial engine installation. Mr. Eanes won the 1968 Reserve Grand Champion Award at the Antique Airplane Association Fly-in in Ottumwa, IA.

NC367M is presently owned by John and Charlotte Parish of Tullahoma, TN.
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Model: 4000
c/n; 1295, Mfg. 1929
Number Built: 1
Gross Weight (lbs): 2,400
Empty Weight (lbs): 1,485
Wingspan (ft): 34'8"
Length (ft): 24'2"
Engine: Lycoming R-680-0

Model 4000 Specifications

Type Certificate: ATC #32, March 1928
Registration: NC 367M
Selling Price: $9,000
Maximum Speed (mph): 130
Landing speed (mph): 45
Fuel-STD/OPT (gal): 60
Range (mi): 550
Output (hp): 300

 



 
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