Stinson Junior (SM-2, SM-7, SM-8, R, S, W)

Light Utility Aircraft

Stinson S Junior, NC12164, c/n 8102 © David Lednicer
Photo ©: David Lednicer (Photos at
The Stinson Junior is a series of single-engine three-to-four-seat touring and corporate aircraft produced by the US-American manufacturer Stinson Aircraft.
Propulsion1 Radial Engine
Engine ModelLycoming R-680
Engine Power160 kW215 hp
Speed202 km/h109 kts
  125 mph
Service Ceiling4.115 m13.500 ft
Range926 km500 NM
575 mi.
Empty Weight1.021 kg2.250 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight1.449 kg3.195 lbs
Wing Span12,70 m41 ft 8 in
Wing Area21,9 m236 ft
Length8,81 m28 ft 11 in
Height2,67 m8 ft 9 in
First Flight1928
Production Statusout of production
Total Production> 500
Developed fromStinson SM-1 Detroiter
Data for (Version)Stinson SM-8A Junior
VariantsSM-2, SM-2AA, SM-2AB, SM-2AC, SM-7A, SM-7B, SM-8A, SM-8B, SM-8D, S, W, R, R-2, R-3, R-3-S

[Photo-ID: 12338] Karsten Palt 2016-04-10
Stinson SM-8A, , N408Y, c/n M-4243, Karsten Palt, 2016Stinson
Reg.: N408Y
c/n: M-4243
built in 1932
EAA AirVenture Museum [Oshkosh, WI]