Ford Tri-Motor

City of Port Clinton Ford Tri-Motor aircraft
The “City of Port Clinton” 5-AT-B Ford Tri-Motor airplane is based at Liberty Aviation Museum in Portage Township, Ohio. In 1925, Henry Ford, of the Ford Co., bought the Stout Metal Airplane Co., with the hopes of creating America’s first mass-produced airliners. The three-engined planes were all metal, and like Ford cars and tractors, they were well-designed, relatively inexpensive and reliable for the era. For more information link to the story in The Clinton Herald

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Alaska Airlines Bombardier Q400 Crosses in Front of EAA's Ford Tri-Motor Aircraft. Santa Rosa Airport February 4, 2017

2010s Alaska Airlines Bombardier Q400 Commercial Aircraft Crosses in Front of EAA’s 1920s Ford Tri-Motor Commercial Aircraft. Santa Rosa Airport February 4, 2017

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