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Photo ID: 1011054
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Model: 190 Registration: N4310V
Year: 1948 Serial Number: 7217
Engine: Continental W-670-23 Owner: George R. Brunk
Location: Stoltzfus Private AirportCoatesville, PA Photographer: Stoltzfus, Ken
Date: 1958 Present Registration: N4310V Present Owner (FAA info): Thomas Engers, Silver Spring, MD
Notes: 10/22/03 - This 190 belonged to Mennonite evangelist George R. Brunk. Brother George would sometimes stop by when he was in the area. Often it was around 11:30 or so - - and he would be invited for lunch. He was a special friend. It was under his preaching in a tent in about 1952 that I made the decision to become a Christian.

The Cessna 190 differed from the 195 only in having a Continental W670-23 engine instead of the 195ís, Jacobs R755 series of 245, 275 or 300-hp. The -23 is the only Ď670 that will take a constant speed prop.* It is 240-HP versus 220-hp for the Ď670ís used on the Stearman, many Wacos, PT-23 and others. The crankshaft and crankcase are unique to the -23 and are scarce as henís teeth, as we say. Many 190ís have been converted to 195ís for that reason. They typically have a Hamilton Standard 2B20-6135A-15 propeller.

*The 240-hp, W-670-M as used on some Waco aircraft has a valve for a two-position prop, but does not have a governor.
 
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