1956 Transland Ag-2

Unique Agricultural Aviation History

This rare and unique agricultural aircraft is the prototype of the Transland Ag-2 and the sole remaining example of only three built.
Following many years and almost 1,100 hours operating in Uruguay, it was withdrawn from service in 1993 and subsequently dismantled and kept in storage until it was imported into New Zealand in 2003.
It has since been on display in Palmerston North as part of a collection of vintage and collectable agricultural aircraft.

The airframe is thought to be complete although the engine is a non-standard geared Pratt & Whitney 1340 that has been installed for display purposes only.  The propeller is on loan and will not be be sold with the aircraft.  It is accompanied with an extensive and interesting library of logbooks and other associated documentation.

If required, the vendor will dismantle and pack into the purchaser’s container without cost to the purchaser. 

Specifications and a brief history of the Ag-2 may be found on the  Aeropedia website.  

Click on the thumbnails below to access a gallery of high-definition photographs.

Call or email for further information contact Harry Maidment
Phone +64 27 4965 867
Email harry@premi-air.com.t

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