The Ryan SCW-145 was designed by T. Claude Ryan. It evolved from the Ryan ST trainer. The SCW-145 was intended to be a comfortable plane and was made entirely of metal. It accommodated three people. The cockpit canopy was designed to slide backwards. Only 12 aircraft were eventually built before the outbreak of World War II. These aircraft had c/ns 201 to 212. Number 213 was built in 1941 and number 214 in 1959. The latter two were assembled from parts still available. In total, production thus remained at 14 examples.
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Last update: 2023-06-14 09:20:01.
|N17372||Ryan SCW-145||201||cvtd from SC-150, ex XA-CUT, (N)X17372|
|N18911||Ryan SCW-145||205||cvtd Continental E185 engine, cld, to France|
|VH-SCW||Ryan SCW-145||211||ex N46207|