SUCCESS. We found records for Aircraft N-Number 940.
The N-Number 940 is for an aircraft that is a Fixed wing single engine airplane that takes off from Land and has 1 engines. It was built in year 1967.
We found that 940 identifies the airplane manufacturer as WACO and the model as 10. Our N-NUMBER Decoder puts this 1967 WACO 10 aircraft into a weight classification of up to 12,499 pounds and lists it as having 3 seats.
The aircraft Transponder code is 53206447 and the serial number of the plane is 751 for this N-Number.
When it comes to the engine of the WACO 10, our Airplane Decoder finds that the engine manufacturer is WRIGHT and that this plane used the engine model called CURTISS OX5. The CURTISS OX5 is a Reciprocating engine that produces 90 HORSE POWER (or 0 THRUST) giving this aircraft a top cruising speed of 111 MPH.
940 air-craft belongs to a Corporation company or person named RHINEBECK AERODROME MUSEUM and was certified by the FAA on 19950320 in RHINEBECK, NY. The airplane became airworthy on 19730817 (yyyymmdd).
Further information for such aeroplanes, seaplanes, and airliners can be found on 940 at the FAA website: http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/NNum_Results.aspx?nNumberTxt=940
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