|Manufacturer:||Republic Aviation Corporation, Farmingdale, Long Island, New York, USA.|
|Model:||Republic RC-3 Seabee|
|Type Certificate No:||A-769|
6A8-215-B9F (215 HP at 2500 RPM)
(2) Robinson LS-6 V8 engine conversion.
|1946-10-13||Officially delivered from Republic Aviation Corporation to MacLeod Aircraft, Ltd.; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.|
|1946 - 1950||Used as the personal demonstrator Seabee by Seabee distributor Earl MacLeod, owner of MacLeod Aircraft. Also flown by demonstrator pilot Will Davies.|
|1950-??-??||Jack Leggatt (editor of "Sport Flying" Magazine).|
Christopher; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
It was intended to be used to fly his family to their summer cabin on Savory Island about 100 miles north of Vancouver.
Art Nash; Victoria Flying Club, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
He changed the engine from the original B8F to the B9F model
with the split ignition system and the larger bearings allowing for
higher RPM to be available in reverse mode. At some point the 24 inch
wing extensions were added.
|1969-??-??||Victor Stephens and Grant Stephens; 1591 Dingwall Road, Courtenay, British Columbia V9N 3S8, Canada.|
|1985-08-19||C of R cancelled.|
|1985-10-17||Michael Bradshaw; 19573 Somerset Drive, Pitt Meadows, British Columbia V3Y 2L5, Canada|
|1989-11-07||C of R issued.|
|(2005)||Robinson V8 engine conversion planned.|
|2006-08-16||Care of: Don Bradshaw; 752 - 11731 Baynes Road North, Pitt Meadows, British Columbia V3Y 2B3, Canada.|
Seabee Delivery List.
Canadian Aircraft Register.