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HISTORY

  • Designed by Barney Oldfield and manufactured in the United States by the Barney Oldfield Aircraft Company, the Oldfield Baby Great Lakes was a sport biplane intended for homebuilt construction.
  • The fuselage used steel tubing that was covered with aircraft fabric and wood spars made up the wings.
  • In 1996, the company was acquired by Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Company.

 

SPECIFICATIONS

Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Barney Oldfield Aircraft Company
Year: 1999
Model: Baby Great Lakes
Registration Number: N193TE
Serial Number: 001
Crew: 1
Max T/O Weight: 850 lbs.
Span: 16 ft. 8 in.
Length: 13 ft. 6 in.
Height: 4 ft. 6 in.
Maximum Speed: 135 mph
Cruise Speed: 110 mph
Rate of Climb: 2,000 ft/min
Power Plant: 1 x 80-hp Continental A-80 horizontally opposed piston engine
Range: 287 mi.
Service Ceiling: 17,000 ft.
Armament: None

 

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