Piper PA-16 Clipper     N5229H                      (c/n  16-33)


                                           The PA-16 was really a four seat development of the PA-15 Vagabond..  It was another so-called
                                           'short wing' model, and was produced only in 1949, (some 726 of them).  It was superseded by the
                                           PA-20 Pacer.    Power was supplied by a 115 hp Lycoming O-235-C1 engine.   The rear seat
                                           could be converted into cargo space with the rear port-side door being used to access the freight
                                           area.   My shot was taken at Hawthorne Municipal Airport, California, in 1961.