T-33 s/n 133452 (N133HH) is at KPSM, Pease International, Portsmouth, NH and is being prepared for its certification and test flights.
It was the last T-33 retired by the Canadian Forces. It was used at the Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment in Cold Lake, Alberta. The aircraft has 13,996.5 total time since new, 1,059.2 time since last depot level inspection and repair, 133.3 hours since last airframe Consolidated Periodic Inspection (330 hour check) where 1,552 hours of labor were expended on replacements and repairs, and 196.7 hours remaining until next Consolidated Periodic Inspection is due. The next time controlled item due is the fuselage fuel pump assembly 180.5 hrs remaining. The engine (serial number 1660) has 6,357.9 hours total time since new, 80.6 hours since last hot section, and 249.4 hours remaining to next hot section.
I also have one spare Nene 10 (serial number 1704) with 3,027.4 hours total time since new and 0.0 hrs since last hot section which may be purchased with the aircraft or separately. It is stored in Portland, OR.
Separately available: one 40' shipping container full of spares and enough to fill a second. Virtually all of the remaining T-33 spares remaining in Canada worth several million dollars, one spare Nene 10 engine, zero hours since hot section.
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Rewired and upgraded at cost of $770,000: AN/ARN-118(V) Tacan AN/ARN-147(V) VOR/ILS AN/ARC-149(V) LF-ADF AN/ARC-164(V) UHF Radio System AN/APN-194(V) Radar Altimeter AN/AIC-505(V) Intercom System AN/ARC-511(V) VHF Radio System TRU-2A/A Rate Gyroscope NSU-133 Navigation Switching Unit ADI-350S Attitude Indicator DF-206A ADF Radio Compass Strike Finder Weather Avoidance System WAP-133 Vivisun Warning Annunciator Panel AMDU Starter Control Panel Howell EGT and Tachometer Indicator System Eldec Fuel Flow Transfer and Fuel Remaining Counter 19352-3 Oxygen Regulator System DH-1030-24-1200-CS Solid State Inverters
Last T-33 Retired from Canadian Forces
Featured in "Canada's Fab Four", Air Forces Monthly, August, 2003
Featured in "Silver Star Stand Down", Air Classics, Vol 42 No 4, April 2006
Featured in "T-Bird Boneyard", Warbird Digest No 18, Jan/Feb 2008
* Anthony Garrison * 718-810-2017 (phone) No phone calls before 14:00 Eastern Time, please. * e-mail: AnthonyLGarrison@aol.com
N133HH AT KPSM
N133HH FRONT COCKPIT
N133HH 133452 REAR COCKPIT
N133HH 133452 NENE 10
N133HH LEFT AVIONICS BAY
N133HH RIGHT AVIONICS BAY
N133HH 133452 AT KPSM
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CANADAIR CT-133 AUP 133452 / N133HH
N3648 AT CPZ3
N165KK AND N3648 READY FOR FERRY FLIGHT
133648 AT CFB TRENTON FOLLOWING FERRY FLIGHT
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133648 AT CPZ3 AUGUST, 2008
THANKS IN PARTICULAR TO JACKELINE FIGUEROA AND KEITH ROWAN AT THE COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND, EVELYN DAWS, PATRICK GARRISON, RON TAPPEN, PAT UMBERSON, WOODY BODTMANN, JOHN STIPETICH, SAM LOTT, DENIZ AYDIN AND PAUL WEBSTER OF THE ETOPS DAY TRADE ALLIANCE, NEWARK TECHNICAL OPERATIONS EMPLOYEES FOR ALL OF THE DAY TRADES, CONTINENTAL FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, JIM MC GUINNESS, GRANT MC CULLOUGH, JOHN GESSNER, GEORGE KENNEDY, GEORGE DONALDSON, FRANK AND KAREN AT SPAR AEROSPACE, MWO PETIT AT ATESS AND EVERYONE WITH 8 WING TRENTON, THE AIR CADETS AND CIVIL TECHNICIANS WITH THE CENTRAL GLIDING SCHOOL AT CFD MOUNTAIN VIEW, PETER BROWN, FRANK STRICKLER, DAVE GRABEN, AL RUBIN, VINCE O'CONNOR, DENNIE DARNELL (133165), PAUL KEPPELER (133579), BOB DAVIS (133610), DAN MC CUE (133452), JIM ALLEN (133599), TOM ROGERS (133479), THE JET AIRCRAFT MUSEUM - THE T-33 GROUP OF CANADA (133052, 133263, 133346, 13441, 133500, 133573), CHAM GILL (133504, 133546, 133656), LANCASTER AVIATION, INTERNATIONAL JET ASSOCIATES, DIXIE AIR PARTS, HALTON HALL AND ASSOCIATES, JOHN KELLEY AT BOC INTERNATIONAL, BONEYARD2U, C J INTERNATIONAL, ASTRAEUS AIRLINES, THE ENKI GROUP, VTS INC., ALL SEALS INC., QUALITY AVIATION, J.A.R.R.D.D., CANMILAIR DECALS, CALPORT AVIATION, DODSON INTERNATIONAL, MAC AEROSPACE CORPORATION, DGG INVESTMENTS, O-RINGS INC., AND GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AT THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE, THE BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES, THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, UNITED STATES CUSTOMS, THE NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION, TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION, THE CANADIAN DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENSE, NAV CANADA AND TRANSPORT CANADA FOR HELPING TO KEEP 133648 IN SERVICE AS AN EJECTION SEAT TESTBED AIRCRAFT TO ASSURE ITS AVAILABILITY FOR VALIDATION OF NEW SEAT DESIGNS AND LIFE SAVING DEVICES.
133648 AT CPZ3 OCTOBER, 2007
N3648 AND N165KK PREPARATIONS FOR FERRY FLIGHT, MAY 15 2009
FORWARD LATCH IS GETTING READY TO FAIL... COULD RESULT IN INFLIGHT DOOR OPENING
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