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Waco AGC-8
 

Seventeen 1937 AGC-8 (ATC 664) were built at a $9,895 price. Two were impressed by the USAAF as UC-72P (NC20905 and NC20909), two were exported, and two were later modified as EGC-8 (X=NC2334 and NC19364).

 

 

 

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Waco AGC-8 NC20950

 
Most military operators operated either a single example, or a very small number. Military operators included Exército Brasileiro of Brazil (30 EGC-7), the Royal Netherlands Air Force possibly impressed an EGC-7, Nicaraguan Air Force (EGC-7), and the Royal Air Force impressed (ZVN-8) and ZGC-7.
 
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1938 Waco AGC-8 NC2312
 
 

AGC-8 / UC-72P
Engine: Jacobs L-6, 300 hp (224 kW)
Propeller: Hamilton Standard 2B20-9
Wingspan: 34'9"
Length: 27'7"
Useful load: 1472 lb
Max speed: 164 mph
Cruise speed: 145 mph
Stall: 55 mph
Range: 600 mi
Seats: 4-5
17 built, two modified to EGC-8

Two impressed by USAAF as UC-72P

 

DGC-7 
Engine: Wright R-760-E1, 285 hp (213 kW)
Two built
 
EGC-7 
Engine: Wright R-760-E2, 320 hp (239 kW)
38 built
3 used by US Navy & Coast Guard as J2W
 
EGC-8 / UC-72B
same as EGC-7 for 1938
Seven built, plus two modified from AGC-8
one used to trial 260 hp (194 kW) Menasco C-6S-4 for MGC-8
Four impressed by USAAF as UC-72B
 
MGC-8 
Engine: Menasco C-6S-4 Buccaneer 260 hp (194 kW)
One modified, unknown number built.
 
YGC-7 / YGC-8
Engine: Jacobs L-4
Possibly none built
 
ZGC-7 / UC-72E
Engine: Jacobs L-5, 300 hp (224 kW)
28 built
Four impressed by USAAF as UC-72E
 
ZGC-8 
same as ZGC-7 for 1938
four built
 
 
 

Seventeen 1937 AGC-8 (ATC 664) were built at a $9,895 price. Two were impressed by the USAAF as UC-72P (NC20905 and NC20909), two were exported, and two were later modified as EGC-8 (X=NC2334 and NC19364).

 

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Waco AGC-8 NC20950

 


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