Welcome to the Curtiss Robin survivors page. This list was created to show pictures of surviving Robins and to give a brief history of each aircraft. If you can provide pictures, information or corrections please email us.


Special thanks to Jim Bloomer, Terry Bowden, Roger Cain, Mike Shreeve and the owners who provided info and photographs.

s/n 6, NC7145, OX5 powered, registered to Antique Preservation Assn, Greenfield, IA















s/n 45, NC76F, OX5 powered, belongs in the Eagles Mere collection in PA.
















s/n 76, NC168E, OX5 powered (possibly an auto engine conversion), registered to David Baumbach, Alamo, CA
















s/n 116, NC263E, Tank powered, registered to Albert Stix, St. Louis, MO

















s/n 130, NC292E, J6 powered, registered to Gunther Kaelberer, Mengen Hohentengen airfield, Germany www.antique-aeroflyers.de (photo by Stefan Schmoll)














s/n 178, NC8303, Lycoming O-435 powered, registered to Pamela Ross, Cameron Park, CA (Russell Williams photo)














s/n 193, NC8313, OX5 powered, registered to Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk City, FL















s/n 213, NC8332, OX5 powered, registered to Western AAA Museum, Hood River, OR

















s/n 237, NC3277G, R670 powered, registered to Mid America Flight Museum, Mt. Pleasant, Texas















s/n 248, LV-FAV, Jacobs powered, registered to EducTAN Foundation, Brazil















s/n 337, NC9283, R670 powered, registered to Keith Aakre, Seattle, WA















s/n 403, NC50H, Tank powered, registered to EAA, Oshkosh, WI
















s/n 428, NC59H, Challenger powered, restored by Joe Erala. The famous St. Louis Robin record holder - 420 hours in the air! Sold to new owner in Costa Rica in 2014.














s/n 434, NC82H, Continental powered, registered to John Bowden, Lampasas, TX (photo by Randall Green)














s/n 442, NC74H, R670 powered, registered to John Siebold, Williams, AZ














s/n 469, NC3865B, Challenger powered, registered to Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA


















s/n 475, G-BTYY, formerly NC348K, R670 powered, previous owner was Robin Windus, in the UK. New owner unknown.














s/n 480, NC323J, R670 powered, registered to Fred Dexter, Loudon, NH















s/n 584, NC922K, R670 powered, registered to Stan Gelvin, Central, AK
















s/n 628, NC979K, J6 powered, registered to Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA















s/n 635, NC988K, R670 powered, registered to Bob Colby, Big Fork, MT















s/n 712, NC563N, R670 powered, registered to Elizabeth Nichols, Marion, NC

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s/n 723, NC526N, J6 powered, registered to Smithsonian, Washington, DC

















s/n 733, NC532N, J6 powered, registered to Science Museum of Virginia, Richmond, VA
















s/n 737, NC534N, J6 powered, registered to Doug Wallbridge, Fabius, NY