Cessna 188 Agwagon series
The effective 188 Agwagon horticultural air ship were Cessna's just reason composed agplanes.
Cessna's Model 188 came about because of far reaching examination and discussion with rural airplane administrators directed in the early 1960s. The configuration Cessna settled upon was of the traditional horticultural airplane course of action with a supported low wing (remarkable among Cessna singles) with seating for the pilot just. Like other ag air ship the compound container is of fiberglass and the back fuselage is of semi monocoque development and fixed to decrease the potential for harm from concoction tainting.
The model Cessna 188 Agwagon flew shockingly on February 19 1965, and sort support was granted the accompanying February. The 188 was at first offered in two structures, the 170kw (230hp) Continental O-470-R fueled 188 (which was named the Agpickup from 1972) and the 250kw (300hp) Continental IO-520-D controlled 188a Agwagon.
The 1972 model year likewise saw the presentation of the best 188 model, the Agtruck. The Agtruck has the same powerplant as the Agwagon, yet a bigger container and a higher max takeoff weight. A definitive 188 model is the Aghusky, which was presented in 1979. It offers a turbocharged TSIO-520-T and a further expanded max takeoff weight.
Creation of the Agpickup was suspended in 1976, the Agwagon in 1981 and the Agtruck and Aghusky in 1985, when all Cessna light air ship generation stopped.
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