1972 F+W C-3605 "Schlepp"
s/n C-555
Price on Request 

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SPECIFICATIONS

1968 F+W C-3605 "Schlepp"
s/n C-509  HB-RDH
Price on Request 

Airframe:

2156.21 TTSN

Engine:  

Lycoming T-53-2-7 (1100 shp)

Turbine Time: 50 hrs

Propeller:

Hamilton Standard 53C51

50 SPOH

Avionics:

Interior:

Stock military - good condition

Exterior:  

Painted in original markings: Swiss Air Force. 

History:

The F+W C-3605, nicknamed Schlepp ("Tug") or "Alpine Anteater", was a target towing aircraft operated by the Swiss Air Force from 1971–1987. The aircraft was developed during the latter half of the 1960s by the Swiss Federal Construction Works (Eidgenoessische Konstruktionswerkstaette) (EKW), renamed Farner Werke (F+W) in 1972, as a conversion of the existing C-3603  ground attack/target towing aircraft. Following a successful prototype conversion in 1968, 23 aircraft were converted between 1971–1973 with 2 still flying in private hands.

C-3695 s/n C-555 is a very complete and original Schlepp.  The airframe is complete and rust/corrosion free.  The engine has only 50 hrs since overhaul. 

Location: Switzerland

SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION UPON INSPECTION

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