The Bellanca Pacemaker came from a long line of famous Bellanca monoplanes which had been used on numerous record-breaking, long distance flights. This successful reputation for outstanding performance ensured Canadian interest in the design and the RCAF was to acquire a total of 13 CH-300 Pacemakers. The CH-300 Pacemaker was a typical Bellanca design featuring a high wing monoplane with lifting struts. It combined wooden wings with a welded steel-tube fuselage and with tail surfaces featuring both wood and steel. The RCAF machines featured a wider than normal float track and a rear...
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