N1369H Sedan. Anyone know about this airplane?

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N1369H Sedan. Anyone know about this airplane?

Post by joea » Sun Jan 08, 2006 11:23

Anyone know anything about a Sedan, N1369H? Its been de-registered but wondering if anyone knew anything about it years ago. Evidently it was in an accident and wondering what happened to it.

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Post by Louis » Sun Jan 08, 2006 12:08

I googled the n# and found this. Probably parted out if there was anything usable left....Louis

NTSB Identification: SEA73AS029
14 CFR Part 91 General Aviation
Event occurred Sunday, April 01, 1973 in SUMMIT, MT
Aircraft: AERONCA 15AC, registration: N1369H

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FILE DATE LOCATION AIRCRAFT DATA INJURIES FLIGHT PILOT DATA F S M/N PURPOSE----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-0625 73/4/1 NR.SUMMIT,MONT AERONCA 15AC CR- 1 0 0 NONCOMMERCIAL PRIVATE, AGE 43, 676 TIME - 1935 N1369H PX- 1 0 0 PLEASURE/PERSONAL TRANSP TOTAL HOURS, UNK/NR IN DAMAGE-DESTROYED OT- 0 0 0 TYPE, NOT INSTRUMENT RATED. DEPARTURE POINT INTENDED DESTINATION SPOKANE,WASH GREAT FALLS,MONT TYPE OF ACCIDENT PHASE OF OPERATION COLLISION WITH GROUND/WATER: UNCONTROLLED IN FLIGHT: UNCONTROLLED DESCENT PROBABLE CAUSE(S) PILOT IN COMMAND - CONTINUED VFR FLIGHT INTO ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS PILOT IN COMMAND - SPATIAL DISORIENTATION FACTOR(S) WEATHER - LOW CEILING WEATHER - SNOW TERRAIN - HIGH OBSTRUCTIONS WEATHER BRIEFING - BRIEFED BY FLIGHT SERVICE PERSONNEL, BY PHONE WEATHER FORECAST - FORECAST SUBSTANTIALLY CORRECT MISSING AIRCRAFT - LATER RECOVERED SKY CONDITION CEILING AT ACCIDENT SITE OVERCAST UNKNOWN/NOT REPORTED VISIBILITY AT ACCIDENT SITE PRECIPITATION AT ACCIDENT SITE 1/2 MILE OR LESS SNOW OBSTRUCTIONS TO VISION AT ACCIDENT SITE TYPE OF WEATHER CONDITIONS NONE IFR TYPE OF FLIGHT PLAN VFR REMARKS- FLEW INTO OBSCURED MTN PASS. RECOVERY DATE 4/2/73.

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Post by joea » Sun Jan 08, 2006 12:31

Louis,

Thanks much! We found this crash on a crash locator book and could not find anything else out about it. It shows that its been recovered but the airplane and N number are gone. The N number has been taken by a homebuilt airplane and we were wondering what happened to the remains.

Wonder if it was recovered by the owners family, insurance or park rangers and if it still exists... Oh well, more winter projects!

JoeA

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