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Ford/Stout

In the early 1920s Henry Ford and 19 other investors invested in the Stout Metal Airplane Company. In 1925, Ford bought Stout and its aircraft designs. This became the Stout Metal Airplane Division of the Ford Motor Company, the most famous product of which was the Ford Trimotor. William Stout left the Metal Airplane division of the Ford Motor Company in 1930. During WW2, the largest aircraft manufacturing plant in the world was built at the Willow Run, Michigan plant, where Ford produced thousands of B-24 Liberator bombers under license from Consolidated Aircraft.
Ford Tri Motor nc 5577 Phenick Flying Service My Dad O.W. Nichols lic 3255 and I taxing to takeoff with 14 passengers on board. Hauled passengers ...
Tri Motor Stinson nc 11177 Flown by my Dad lic 3255 from Port Columbus Ohio from about 1934 to 1939 hauling passengers 12 hour...
Ford Tri-Motor 4-AT-E NC8407 c/n 146 Photographed at the Dayton Air Show, Ohio, on 17 July 2003. Belonging to the Experimental Aircraft ...
Ford Tri-Motor 4-AT-E NC8407 c/n 146 picture Photographed at the EAA Air Venture convention, Oshkosh, Wisconsin on 1 August 2003. See also pictu...
Ford Tri-Motor 4-AT-E NC8407 c/n 146 in flight Photographed at the EAA Air Venture convention, Oshkosh, Wisconsin on 3 August 2003. See also pictu...
Ford Tri-Motor 4-AT-E NC8407 c/n 4-AT-69 Photographed at Oshkosh AirVenture on 29 July 2004. The Ford Motor Company built 199 Tri-Motors fro...
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