...assembly. PJC-5s are apparently fairly well known in India although long gone from flying status. The PJC-5 was never sold to the military in the US, but a deal was made with India. PJC-5... The PJC-2 was designed by Max Harlow who was primarily an educator, but was also an aircraft... ... the original Harlow PJC-1. Atlas H-10 N37463 (c/n 1) Harlow PJC N65296, c/n 7 Photographed at Salinas, CA, 27.9.98 © V.N. Smith, 1998 Available for use... Photo linked from 1000aircraftphotos.com The story behind the stabilizer enlargement is that during... The Harlow PJC-2 was a two seater designed by John Harlow while he was a teacher at Pasadena Junior... Joe Harris' project S/N 2 is in Oklahoma. Joe's airplane started out as a basket case that was... The Harlow company built planes through the early 40's, including some trainer designs that were... Here is the wing on my project. The wing is one piece and this is a view of the center section, with... Harlow PJC-2 , NC18978. This airplane started as the PJC-1, c/n 1, the first airplane built by the... The Harlow PJC-2 was developed as an classroom project at the Pasadena Junior College (PJC), where... There were about 11 PJC-2s built. My Harlow is serial number 9, and it is a project in pieces.... This aircraft is serial number 1, located in Arizona, and used to belong to Mel Heflinger. It has... A Harlow PJC-2, manufactured in 1938 at the Alhambra Airport. Max Harlow was an instructor at the... Manufacturer Manufacturer Manufacturer The EAA Museum's display airplane S/N 6, in Oshkosh. This aircraft is very authentic, but it is not... Manufacturer Manufacturer There was also a loosely packed pickup truckbed full of smaller parts, such as wingtips, instrument... ... , and the students of the Aero-Tech program constructed the Harlow PJC-1 through PJC-4 aircraft. ...Lastly, N54KC belongs to David Callender in Arvada, Colorado. This plane has a 185 HP Warner engine.