All we could find about this 1949 model Sedan are two NTSB reports: In July 1964, its pilot had to perform an emergency off-airport landing due to fuel starvation on initial climb-out from Spokane, Washington, USA. In May 1969, another pilot misjudged the aircraft's take-off performance at Burns, Oregon, and was able to avoid a power line only by passing under it, but then struck a pole brace wire instead. Fortunately, in both cases, the occupants suffered no or only minor injuries. However, both mishaps resulted in substantial damage to the Sedan.
At some point in the past, this airframe's registration number was deleted. In the December 1999 US Civil Aircraft Register, a Champion 8KCAB was listed under this N-number and as of May 2015, N1326H is not assigned at all, anymore.
We have no information about the year and location, when the below photograph was taken. If you can provide a bit of historic background regarding Serial Number 15AC-361, we would be delighted to hear from you and would then update this page accordingly. Thanks!
(This page last updated: 05/2015)
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