EAA Airventure Museum

Home
Visitor Information
Museum Activities
Latest News
Our Collection




The Virtual Museum
Flight Operations
Museum Education
Suport The Museum

1933 Fairchild 24 Model C-8 NC13191

The Fairchild 24 C-8 is a high-wing cabin monoplane with comfortable side-by-side seating for two. Model C-8s were designed for recreation, and featured practical utility and good performance. The cabin was particularly spacious offering excellent visibility, and interior details not normally found in light aircraft of the time. The Model C-8 is the first of seventeen different Fairchild 24 series to be produced over fifteen years. N13191, the last of ten Model C-8s built, is one of two still surviving.

Built by Krieder-Reisner Aircraft, Hagerstown, Maryland, a division of Fairchild Aviation Corporation. ATC #475 issued 4-2-32, expired on 9-30-39. It is finished in black with red trim and silver pin striping.

Donated by: Harold G. Scheck, East Rutherford, NJ

fairchild_c8 Table of Contents

Accredited by the American Association of Museums
  
| Home | Visitor Information | Activities | News | Collection |
Virtual Museum |
| Flight Operations | Education | Support | Store | EAA Home |


All content, logos, pictures, and videos are the property of EAA
Copyright © 2014 - Experimental Aircraft Association, Inc.
Disclaimer/Privacy Statement
If you have any comments or questions contact webmaster@eaa.org


EAA Aviation Center P.O. Box 3086 Oshkosh, WI 54903-3086
Phone: 920.426.4800