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N58MN 2018 Lockwood Amphibious Aircam on Clamar 2180 Floats

Aircam History


From Wikipedia...  

The first prototype Aircam was built in 1995. Designed by Phil Lockwood, founder of Lockwood Aircraft, it was built for the National Geographic Society for research and photography in the Ndoki Rain Forest in the northern Congo Basin. It was built to fly low and slow and to provide a wide, unobstructed view, with the additional security of a second engine. The design has since been improved while retaining the same layout.[4][5][6][7]

The initial version, produced by Leza-Lockwood Corporation, was powered by twin Rotax 582 powerplants of 64 hp (48 kW) each. Twin 80 hp (60 kW) Rotax 912 and 115 hp (86 kW) 914 engines were optional. Later, the 582 was eliminated, the 912 engine became standard and Leza-Lockwood's name was changed to Lockwood.[4][7][8] In 2015, an optional bubble canopy kit was introduced.[9] The aircraft can also be configured with floats to become amphibious.[10]

The Aircam was designed to be able to take off on one engine if needed, and the positioning of the engines close to the centerline contributes to this capability as well as its benign single engine handling.[7][8]

The Aircam has a landing roll of 300 feet and a takeoff roll of under 200 feet.[11]


The above numbers and specs are for a land aircam.  The amphib is not quite as spry but it is still and awesome performer.

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Our Aircam Specifics

N58MN 2018 Amphibious Aircam S/N AC-216

Aircraft Total Time Since new 647hrs 

Annual 3/2023


Left Engine Rotax 912uls SNEW 636.8

Right Engine e Rotax 912uls SNEW 639.7​


-2 Garmin G3x Touch Displays (Front/Rear)

-Regular and Bose headset connectors

-ADSB In and Out and XM WX/Radio

-Front and rear USB and Cigarette lighter power  Ports


-Front and rear flap, trim, throttle, gear, and stick

-Heated Seats

-Auxiliary Fuel in floats (10gal/side)

-Led Lighting

-Rear Enclosure

-Baggage Cover

-Heavy Duty Landing Gear

-Clamar 2180 Electric Floats

-Extended Boarding Step

-Flap Indicator on G3x

-Electric Water Rudders

Useful Load 705lbs

Price $285,000

Located at KEET, just south of Birmingham, AL





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