In 1938, Harlow formed the Harlow Engineering Corporation, which was renamed Harlow Aircraft Corporation in the same year, and a production batch was built during 1939-1940, designated PJC-2. With thanks to Joe Harris of Blackwell, Oklahoma (who is rebuilding c/n 2, N31PJ with the wings of c/n 5), the eleven aircraft built can be accounted for. Four of these aircraft were impressed into USAAF service as UC-80s in WW II."
C/n 1, NC18978, into USAAF as 42-97054, presently N18978.
C/n 2, NC31 to CAA, presently N31PJ.
C/n 3, NC54 to CAA, presently N54KC.
C/n 4, NC102 to CAA, reregistered N102E, wrecked in 1951.
C/n 5, NC19981, into USAAF as 42-68692, to CAA November 13, 1943, reregistered N19981 after WW II.
C/n 6, NC15 to CAA, presently N3947B.
C/n 7, NC67 to CAA, presently N65296.
C/n 8, NC82 to CAA, wrecked in Vermont in 1943.
C/n 9, NC19983, presently N1998J.
C/n 10, NC19996, into USAAF as 42-53513, reregistered N46430 after WW II.
C/n 11, NC19997, into USAAF as 42-97040, reregistered N49836 after WW II.