Harlow PJC-5
1939
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Harlow PJC-5

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David Darbyshire, 28.11.2013

11/28/13
I was at PJC in late 40's I used to look into the aircraft shop every time I went by. There was a twin boom cabin plane
with a pusher engine in the shop. I have signed the PJC2 guest book at Riverside and Watsonville.
Riverside and at

James Reed, 11.12.2011

There is one that I know is flyable. I think it is based in Seattle. It used to belong to John Mcferson in Salinas California and I think that his grandson now owns it.

Joe Harris, 20.11.2010

The airplane pictured is a PC-5A that was built up from surplus parts in India, hence the registration. I have tried to find out what happened to it but nothing has shown up. Anyone know where it is?

Joe Harris, 20.11.2010

The airplane pictured is a PC-5A that was built up from surplus parts in India, hence the registration. I have tried to find out what happened to it but nothing has shown up. Anyone know where it is?

Sid Gally, 08.10.2010

I watched PJC-1 being built while taking drafting at Pasadena Junior College. Saw static test when the plane was inverted and bricks stacked on wings. We have a collection on Harlow at Pasadena Museum of History. First flight was at Alhambra Airport.

Ray Morrow, 21.06.2010

I worked with Max Harlow in the 1960's and he was in charge of the Aircraft Program at Pasadena City College's Airplane design and fabrication program that existed in the 1930's and 1940's. He had designed several aircraft while there and some of them were built by the students. Several of his aircraft designs were listed in Jane's "All the Worlds Aircraft"

Bob Morris, 17.03.2010

. Harlow Engineering Corp. (later Harlow Aircraft Co.) Limited production 1938 to 1941. All metal, four-seat. 4 used by US Army AF as UC-80. 145 HP Warner Scarab. 35.5 wing span. cruse speed 135 mph. Two seat trainer was built in 1938.

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