Lady taildragger pilot selling antique aircraft project: 1939 Cessna C-37 Airmaster.
“I have 2 sets of ailerons and 2 sets of tail feathers. Have cowling for both 145 and 165 Warner engines. Also have extra partial fuselage. No engine.”
The C-37 wings and tail surfaces composed entirely of wood. The fuselage structured with steel tubing coupled with wooden stringers and formers.
The original Airmaster, the C-34, evolved into a more advanced version. The C-37 has a wider cabin, improved landing gear and electric flaps. 46 Were built.
Project located San Antonio, TX area. Contact LadyTaildraggers@gmail.com if interested.