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N43320 – Boeing E75 Stearman

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The E75 Stearman, built by Boeing of Seattle, served as the basic trainer for the United States Army Air Force in the 1930’s and 40’s. After World War II, thousands of surplus Stearmans were sold in the civilian market. They have been used as crop dusters and sport planes throughout the years following their retirement from the military.

Often seen at air shows around the country, the Stearman can accomplish many aerobatic maneuvers, including spins, loops, snap and slow rolls, inverted flight, and inverted spins.

Jimmy registered the E75 with the FAA on March 19th, 2002. It was featured prominently in the 2004 music video for “Trip Around The Sun”. Watch here.

General Info
Manufacturer: Boeing
Model: E75 Stearman
N-Number: N43320
Year: 1941
Serial Number: 75-8413

Performance    
Cruise Speed: 106 mph
Max Range: 505 nm
Service Ceiling: 13,300 ft

Engine    
Manufacturer: Lycoming
Model: R-680-17
Engine Power: 220 hp

Trip Around The Sun music video shoot

"Trip Around The Sun" music video shoot


Jimmy and Martina McBride

Jimmy and Martina McBride