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Cessna 190, 195 photos
Photo ID: 1011622
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Model: Cessna 190, 195 Registration: N3440V
Year: 1948 Serial Number: 7144
Engine(s): Jacobs R755-B2, 275-HP, 7-cylinder radial Owner: Stephen Phillip Hinds, Anchorage, AK
Location: PAMR, Merrill Field, Anchorage, AK Photographer: Ken Stoltzfus
Date: July 2004 Present Registration: Same Present Owner (FAA info): Same
Notes:
   3/10/05 - This pretty '195 has its original N-number, as do most 190 and 195's. Built in 1948 as a '190 and still registered as such, it was converted to a '195 with the 275-HP, Jacobs R755-B2 engine somewhere along the line.

'40V has spent much of its life in the state of Washington in the hands of several owners. I believe it was in Delaware before making the trek to Alaska, probably in '03.
Cessna 190, 195 N3440V photographs
Photo ID: 1011623
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Notes:
   These Cessnas have a quiet, rich beauty all their own.
Photographer: Ken Stoltzfus
Cessna 195, Jacobs R755-B2 engine
Photo ID: 1011624
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Notes:
   This is the larger of two types of spinner that are used on the '195. Note how different it is from some of the other 195's on this site.
Photographer: Ken Stoltzfus
Vintage Cessna photographs
Photo ID: 1011625
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Notes:
   Unquestionably vintage Cessna, late '40's and 1950's!
Photographer: Ken Stoltzfus
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