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WACO UPF-7

A picture of the WACO UPF-7

The UPF-7 introduced in 1937 was the seventh and last model in WACO’s popular F-series of bi-planes.  In 1940, the company undertook a program to redesign the UPF-7 to meet the requirements of the U.S. Government’s Civilian Pilot Training Program (CPTP).  This program trained civilian pilots at government expense in anticipation of the need for many pilots when the U.S. was inevitably drawn into World War II.  Modifications were relatively simple; controls in the front seat, a wider landing gear, and improved access to the front cockpit were the main differences.  WACO produced more UPF-7s than of any of their previous models in the F series.

Wingspan

30 ft

Length

23 ft 6 in.

Height

8 ft 6 in.

Weight

2,650 lbs (loaded)

Maximum Speed

130 MPH

Service Ceiling

14,800 ft

Range

250 miles

Engine

One Continental W-670-6N with 220 horsepower

Crew

2

Manufacturer
WACO

Markings
Gilpin & Greenway Airlines, Tucson, Arizona, 1944

Designation
UPF-7

Registration
NC30135

Serial Number
5532

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