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1966 Bushmaster Trimotor Landing

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The Bushmaster 2000 was a small commuter airliner built in the United States in an attempt to revive the Ford Trimotor design. Work began in 1953 by testing a vintage Trimotor and in 1954 Bill Stout purchased the design rights to the original Trimotor. Due to "Ford Tri-Motor" licensing problems, the Ford 15-AT-D was given the Bushmaster 2000 name. The aircraft was designed by Bill Stout (actually designed after the Ford 5-AT serial number 112) On January 15, 1955, Stout and Robert Hayden announced they were planning to build 1000 new Bushmasters. However, with financial, management, and marketing problems, only two were built with a third fuselage still to be completed. The first Bushmaster, N7501V, was first assembled in 1966 and the second aircraft N750RW, was completed January 18, 1985 by Ralph Williams, the President of Hydro-Forming in Long Beach, CA.

Additional Information

Item ID:
47788964
Usage:
Editorial
Duration:
00:00:20
Looping:
No
Alpha Matte:
No
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Alpha Channel:
No
Model Released:
No
Property Released:
No
Location:
N/A
Compressor Name:
Apple ProRes 422
Average Bitrate:
151 Mbps
Bit Depth:
24
Audio Channels:
2
Audio Format:
in24
Audio Sample Rate:
48000