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de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver - What You Need To Know About Buying This Timeless Classic Airplane...

de Havilland DHC-2 - Two Important Things You Should Know...

One of the all time classic bush planes is the de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver! It was in production from 1947 through to 1967 seeing more then 1,600 come off the assembly line. It's powerful, big and has stood the test of time...

IMPORTANT: Not only is this a great bush plane, but private pilots and businesses buy it for personal use as well. This plane has somewhat of a religious following among the people who like it & can be used for pretty much any type of flying.

Here Are 2 Important Things You Need To Know About Buying The de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver...

#1 - It Has More Useses Then It Is Generally Given Credit For...

One of the biggest mistakes people make when they look at this airplane is they think it is only for the bush. You have to realize that if you are going to fly in the bush it is the ideal airplane. But you can also use this airplane for general flying purposes as well.

The great thing about it is the fact that in most cases it will haul 8 people (including the pilot and co-pilot seat)! That is very good for a single engine airplane in terms of hauling capacity. Your not going to find a lot of single engine airplanes that will give you that kind of people hauling ability.

There are many pilots who have a Beaver for personal use because of the ability to carry a lot of people. If you don't need 8 seats in your Beaver, you can always take a few out and now you will have a LOT of cargo space and you'll still be able to haul a lot of passengers.

#2 - It Has A Massive Amount Of Power...

The great thing about this airplane is that when it was designed, de Havilland really thought through the issue of power. If you are flying on floats your going to need power as you have a lot more drag verses if you were flying with regular landing gear.

The great thing about having the R-985 Pratt & Whitney radial engine is the fact that your going to have 450 horsepower to work with. Sure it is not the most economical airplane you could own, but if you want an extremely high powered single engine airplane that is a classic & can carry 8 people - your going to want to think about getting this airplane.

SIDENOTE: You have to make sure you realize that if you are thinking about buying this airplane, it is not just another airplane. It is a Beaver! It is a classic that has been around for a long time and has a rock star following. Your going to be flying a piece of aviation history that could be very, very fun to fly as well.

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de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver

de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver

de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver


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