New England Air Museum
Stinson 10A 'Voyager'

Stinson 10A at NEAM

Gift of Owen Gassaway

The 10A was a successor to Stinson’s first light plane, the model 105. Introduced in 1940, the 10A was used in World War II by Coastal Patrol, including one like this bought right off the factory floor for anti-sub use. Pilots merely added the CAP insignia over the standard Stinson factory paint job. It was also widely used in the Civilian Pilot Training Program and also was used as the basis for the L-5 "Sentinel" liaison and observation plane.

This aircraft bears the insignia of CAP's 3rd Task Force, stationed at Lantana, FL.

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Length: 21' 8"
Wingspan: 34'
Empty Weight: 950 lbs.
Gross Weight: 1,625 lbs.
Cruise Speed: 108 mph
Maximum Speed: 115 mph
Range: 330 mi.
Service Ceiling: 13,000'
Powerplant: Franklin 4AC-199-E3
Year: 1941
Serial No.: 8045
Registration: N34645
Location: Civilian Hangar

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