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Amazing how many aircraft were made during the post- WW2 light aviation boom of the late 1940s and still around. An example is this 1947 Republic Seabee which provided employment between the end of the P-47 Thunderbolt and start of the F-84 Thunderjet.

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Republic RC-3 Seabee

Private

Built 1947

Often comes up to our local air shows, would love to hear that Franklin radial

Landing to be included in the static display at the McChord Open House.

N217G

Republic RC-3 Seabee

Private

Built 1947

C/N 797

Attends all our airshows, based in the Seattle area. Got to see it leave this year - and hear that 6 cylinder Franklin

N217G

Republic RC-3 Seabee

Private

Built 1947

C/N 797

Comes up every year form the Bellevue area. The owner has photos online of it on Lake Union and Sammamish Lake WA.

N217G

Republic RC-3 Seabee

Private

Built 1947

Republic Seabee on the beach at Harrison Hot Springs, BC 2009

Beautiful machine. My second favourite airplane type.

View large to see how the evening sun nicely shows up the corrugated wing and horizontal stab skin panels on this 1947 vintage Republic Seabee

Abbotsford Airshow 2011

Static Display

A C-5 Transport and its baby, Republic Seabee N217G

Republic Seabee at COMOX airshow British Columbia, Canada 2013

Republic Seabee Amphibian N217G at Abbotsford International Airshow 2011 British Columbia.

Republic Seabee N217G at Courtenay Airpark, Vancouver Island, BC Canada

Republic Seabee Amphibian N217G on Lake Sammamish, Washington State.

Abbotsford Airshow 2011

Static Display

Republic Seabee N217G under the wing of a Galaxy C-5 Transport.

Republic Seabee Amphibian N217G on Lake Sammamish, Washington State.

N217G

Republic RC-3 Seabee

Private

Built 1947

Boundary Bay Airshow

Sunset from the Seabee looking East over the San Juan Islands, Washington State.

N217G Republic RC-3 Seabee (c/n 797), Everett 3rd September 2011