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N38754

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ken kemper
Awesome photo work Jan............
Tom Sharpe
Very Nice...
Harry Ellett
J-3, the very first aircraft type I ever flew in. Very good photo.
ALAN GRIFFITHS
MAGNIFICENT AIRCRAFT BRILLIANT PHOTO THANKS FOR SHARING
Note that the NC tail number means that this Aircraft is registered as a WWII Civil Air Patrol Aircraft. NC tail numbers are no longer valid.
jim gevay
Beautiful photo Jan.
William B. Cheney III, you are incorrect about NC numbers.
It has nothing to do with the CAP, and NC numbers are valid today.

All U.S. aircraft prior to 1948 had an N number followed by either a C for standard category aircraft R for restricted or L for limited.

My 1946 7AC Champ was originally registered with an NC number and I can paint it back on today and it's still valid and legal. The reason for using an NC number is for originality, it's just that the C part is not necessary, but it's still all legal.

Copied from FAR 45.22

(1) It displays in accordance with Sec. 45.21(c) marks at least 2
inches high on each side of the fuselage or vertical tail surface
consisting of the Roman capital letter ``N'' followed by:
(i) The U.S. registration number of the aircraft; or
(ii) The symbol appropriate to the airworthiness certificate of the
aircraft (``C'', standard; ``R'', restricted; ``L'', limited; or ``X'',
experimental) followed by the U.S. registration number of the aircraft;
cliff731
William B. Cheney III - The "NC" civil aircraft registration prefix had been used since 01 January 1927... originating from the Air Commerce Act of 1926...

https://www.aahs-online.org/articles/N-number.php
marylou anderson
Where was this?
Very pretty.
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