The final pre-war Cessna four-seat models were the C-145 and C-165 Airmaster. By the time their manufacture ceased in 1941, production had comprised 42 C-145s, 34 C-165s and three of the C-165D, powered respectively by 108kW, 123kW and 130kW versions of the Warner Super Scarab.
|willis E. Vanderberg, willis.vanderberg=gmail.com, 01.03.2013|
I had occasion to fly one of these in the mid fifties. It was a good performing airplane. Instead of rudder pedals there was a thing called a Johnson Bar. I am not sure if this was standard equipment on all C-165's or not.
|G, gzortman=gmail.com, 05.10.2012|
A friend of mine, Bill Koelling, in Great Bend, Ks, has one of these and flys it regularly. I fly in it when I get the chance, and it's shown at every Airshow in Great Bend.
|H. W., niniabega=att.net, 12.02.2012|
Michigan National Guard Had one of these planes at their field at Wayne in th late 30"s
|DOUG CLOUD, DCLOUDSR_40=MSN.COM, 07.11.2011|
ARE THERE ANY PLANS OR BLUE PRINTS FOR THIS AIRCRAFT? AND HOW CAN I ATTAIN THEM? THANKS
|Joe Pelletier, jp5546=msn.com, 13.08.2011|
This type aircraft was used by Aero Service Co. of Philadelphia for aerial mapping of Western Pa. out of DuBois, Pa. in the late thirties.
|ross cameron, flowersandgardens=hotmail.com, 26.07.2007|
I have a scale model of this aircraft built by my late father and is perfect in every detail. G-AEAI built in 1953 and won him model engineer of the year award. I am now looking to sell this model.
Do you have any comments about this aircraft ?