AAHS Image ID: aahs_x012527
This airplane was deregistered in 11/201995 sold and exported to Canada according to the FAA website. The plane was originally issued the air worthiness certificate in 02/16/1971. The below information came from Cloverfield.org: According to aerofiles.com, the Kari-Keen model 60-A Sioux Coupe was a two-place, high-wing, cabin monoplane. It was powered by a 45-55HP Velie M-5 engine. It had cantilever wings and cost $3,300 new. A couple of dozen were built, one of which, NC244K, was repowered with a 60HP Lambert engine and was flying into the mid-1950s. A second model, the model 90, was also built in several versions with a 90HP Lambert radial engine. As with many aircraft manufacturers of the era, the Great Depression took its toll. But, it wasn't the only factor for Kari-Keen. According to aerofiles, in the early 1930s, the, "Company ceased operations after settling a lawsuit when a pilot crashed fatally in exhibition stunting."
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