08/31/2007. Manufactured in January 1929 by the Stout Metal Airplane
Company, Dearborn, Michigan. It was powered by three 420 hp Pratt &
Whitney Wasp C engines. On March 6, 1929, it was sold to Maddux Air
Lines, Los Angeles, California, being sold to Transcontinental and
Western Air, Inc., Wilimington, Delawere, on April 21, 1931. Leslie G.
Mulzer acquired it on February 17, 1936. It was sold to Aerovias
Nacionales, San Jose, Costa Rica, where it was registered as TI51.
The fate of the aircraft is unknown.