(((LISTEN BEFORE YOU PURCHASE)))
Audio Features include:
Powerplant: Pratt & Whitney R-985 of 450 hp (335 kW)
Roll Rattles & Squeaks
Smooth RPM Transitions
Flyby Ambiance (Distance Doppling) *Sound you hear far from the airport*
The Ag Cat was the first aircraft specifically designed by a major aircraft company for agricultural aviation.
In 1955, Grumman preliminary design engineers Joe Lippert and Arthur Koch proposed the design for a "purpose built" crop dusting airplane as a means of fulfilling a pressing need in the agricultural community as well as the perceived need for Grumman to diversify its product lines. The first G-164, which was built by Grumman, accomplished its maiden flight on May 27, 1957 with Grumman test pilot Hank Kurt at the controls.