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Harlow PJC-2 / UC-80


The Harlow Engineering Corp. of Alhambra, California, began production of the Harlow PJC-2 in 1938. In the following year, the company changed its name to the Harlow Aircraft Co. The Model PJC-2 was a fourseat cabin-monoplane of all metal construction and was fitted with retractable landing gear. The Harlow was under development for three years and submitted to over a year of flight testing before it was placed on the market. Production was continued in small numbers until 1941.

Seats 4.
Gross wt. 2,600 lb
Empty wt. 1,700 lb
Engine 145-hp Warner Super-Scarab seven-cylinder radial.
Top speed 150 mph
Cruise 135 mph
Landing speed 53 mph
Initial climb rate 660 fpm
Range 500 miles
Ceiling 15,500 ft



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