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IMCO CallAir A-9
Ag Commander A-9

The CallAir A-9 was an improved version of the A-5 and A-6 CallAir agricultural aircraft.  The A-9 was developed by Intermountain Manufacturing Co. (IMCO) which had purchased CallAir in 1962.

The CallAir A-9 was also known as the Ag Commander A-9 after IMCO was purchased by the Aero Commander Division of Rockwell Standard in 1966.

In 1971, Rockwell International sold the rights to produce the A-9 and its derivatives to Aeronautica Agricola Mexicana SA (AAMSA).

     
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Type: Agricultural
Engine: one 235 hp (175 kW) Lycoming O-540-B2B5 piston engine.
IMCO CallAir A-9: original version by IMCO
IMCO CallAir B-1: larger A-9 with 400 hp Lycoming IO-720-A1A
Ag Commander A-9: redesignation by Aero Commander (also named Sparrow)
Ag Commander A-9 Super: A-9 with 290 hp Lycoming IO-540 (also named Quail)
Ag Commander B-1: redesignation by Aero Commander (also named Snipe)
AAMSA A9B-M Quail: AAMSA production version of the A-9 Super
     

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