The Consolidated Vultee L-13 was a light military observation liaison aircraft. Developed by Stinson and built also by Consolidated Vultee starting in 1945.



This L-13 has a 245 hp Franklin O-425 engine and its wings can be folded. It is on display at the Planes of Fame museum, Chino, California, USA.

Photographed 2014 by Cees Hendriks (c) copyright

  • Vultee-1
  • Vultee-10
  • Vultee-11
  • Vultee-12
  • Vultee-13
  • Vultee-14
  • Vultee-15
  • Vultee-16
  • Vultee-17
  • Vultee-18
  • Vultee-19
  • Vultee-2
  • Vultee-3
  • Vultee-4
  • Vultee-5
  • Vultee-6
  • Vultee-7
  • Vultee-8
  • Vultee-9

Plastic scale models of the L-13 are unknown. Ace Whitman appears to have a balsa model in the 1950s.


This walk around page was first created December 2014 by M. de Vreeze