1937 Lockheed 12A "Electra Jr."
s/n 1222   Reg: CF-LKD
US$1,100,000
 

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2012 Oshkosh Grand Champion - Antique

  SPECIFICATIONS
1937 Lockheed 12A "Electra Jr."
s/n 1222   Reg: CF-LKD
US$1,100,000

Airframe: 

17,088 Total Time Since New

167 Hours since complete restoration (completed 2012)

 

Engine #1        

Pratt & Whitney R-985 SB Wasp Jr.

167 Hrs SMOH

Engine #2

Pratt & Whitney R-985 SB Wasp Jr.

774 Hrs  SMOH

 

Prop #1

Hamilton Standard

167 SMOH

 

Prop #2

Hamilton Standard

167 SMOH

 

 

Avionics: IFR Certified with STEC 30 Autopilot

Aspen PFD with Garmin 430-S (coupled) and GMX 200

 

Interior: Restored to original configuration with desk, couch, & washroom with pocket door

 

Additional: Restored to original configuration with modern avionics for safety and reliability

 

Exterior: Polished Aluminum with burgundy stripes

 

Extensive spares package including a spare set of good propeller blades

1942 Clark B Heavy Tug

Large Wings Stands

Various Specialized Tools

                         

 

2012 Oshkosh Grand Champion - Antique

History:

May 1937-  Manufactured - Burbank, California by Lockheed Aircraft Corporation

June 03, 1937-  Delivered to Varney Air TransportVarney becomes Continental Airlines with 1222 becoming one of its original aircraft

Oct 01, 1940 - Charles A. Babb - Aircraft Reseller

Nov 26, 1940 - Sold to Canadian DND - TOS as CF-BRQ, located #1 Training Command, Trenton, ON. RCAF 7837

Sept 16, 1941 - Accident - Category C7

March 24, 1942 - Loaned to Trans Canada Airlines for six months

May 1942 - Returned to #1 Training Command

June 23, 1942 - Stored in Reserve

August 1, 1942 - #6 Repair Depot

Sept 25, 1944 - #1 TC “for use by the visiting flight at Central Air School”

Jan 03, 1945 - Noted with 1993:15 hr total timeAircraft prepared for disposal at location, Trenton

March 03, 1945 - Struck off to War Assets Corp, then to Babb for disposal.

Dec 01, 1945 - Sold to The Texas Company (Texaco) for $45,000, ownership transferred Dec. 27, flies as Texaco #50

April 28, 1948 - Sold to Noble Drilling

Sold to C.W. Darden III

Jan 2007 - Sold to P. Ramm - Restoration 2007-2012

​SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION UPON INSPECTION

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