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Beechcraft Model 17 Staggerwing (All variants)
Tullahoma - Regional Airport/Tullahoma Regional Airport William Northern Field (THA/KTHA)
USA - Tennessee, May 19, 2017
Craig Maternowski
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N499N (cn 17R-1) Here is the very first aircraft the Beech Aircraft Company (later Beechcraft) made. It was built in 1932 and it is on display at the Beechcraft Heritage Museum.

ID 51997 Views: 291
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Beechcraft Model 17 Staggerwing (All variants)
Medina - Medina Municipal (1G5)
USA - Ohio, September 28, 2014
Don Jones
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N80305 (cn B-4) NC80305 at 2014 Wings & Wheels at Medina Municipal Airport.

ID 30765 Views: 411
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Beechcraft Model 17 Staggerwing (All variants)
Medina - Medina Municipal (1G5)
USA - Ohio, August 11, 2011
Andrew Jones
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N80305 / NC80305 (cn B-4) A beautiful G-17 Staggerwing.

ID 23741 Views: 521
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Beechcraft Model 17 Staggerwing (All variants)
Oshkosh - Wittman Regional Airport (OSH/KOSH)
USA - Wisconsin, July -, 1968
Mark Plumley
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N1178V (cn 6917) Awesome Beech D-17 Staggerwing at Oshkosh 1968 EAA show. [MPlumley/OPshots.net slide collection photographer unknown]

ID 1892 Views: 426
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Beechcraft Model 17 Staggerwing (All variants)
Cleveland - Burke Lakefront (BKL/KBKL)
USA - Ohio, September 2, 2004
Mark Plumley
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N47024 (cn C17B-102) Beautiful plane one of only three still flying. They call her the staggerwing. 2004 Cleveland Air Show

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