12/08/2006. Remarks by Byron Reynolds: "Laird CF-APY (c/n 196) is a model LC-1B200. We have the original unmodified serial number plate to confirm this. The aircraft was built as such and exported directly from the Laird factory to Canada.
Our information has it that approximately 11 LC-1Bs were built, the
major differences from the LC-B being a wider fuselage and a 33 ft
6 in (10.21 m) wing span instead of a 34 ft 6 in (10.52 m) wing
span on the LC-B. Both the LC-B and LC-1B aircraft are covered
The aircraft is presently under restoration and eventually will be
displayed at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum 'Home of Canada’s
Aviation Hall of Fame' in Wetaskiwin, Alberta.
The picture in front of Johannesson Flying Service in Winnipeg was
taken towards the end of 1943."