Duggy Specs:
Wingspan: 95' 0"

Length: 64' 6"

Height: 16' 11½"

Max. Cabin width: 7' 8"

Max Cabin height: 6' 7"

Cabin length: 30' 0"
Airline passenger seats: 12
Airline seat pitch: 39"
Baggage compartment: 123 cu. ft.
Wing area:
986 sq. ft.

Empty weight: 17,720 lb.
Max Takeoff weight: 25,200 lb.

Power Plants:
Two Pratt & Whitney R-1830-92 Twin Wasp 14 cylinder radial engines with two speed superchargers, 1200 h.p. each. Three bladed Hamilton-Standard constant speed, 11' 6" in diameter.

Two main fuel tanks located forward of center-section spar, 210 gal. each. Two auxiliary tanks of 201 gal. each aft of spar.
Total fuel capacity: 822 gal.
One oil tank, 29 gal., in each engine nacelle.

Burn rate per hour: 100 US Gallons

Maximum speed: 215 m.p.h.
High speed cruise: 194 m.p.h.
Economical cruise: 165 m.p.h
Stall speed: 67 m.p.h

Max fuel range: 1370 miles with 3500 lb payload

Max payload range: 350 miles with 6570 lb. payload

Service ceiling: 23,200 ft.

Max rate of climb, sea level: 1130 ft/min.

Take off length: (at sea level )1500 ft  /  Reported as short as 900 ft

Landing length:  (at sea level )2080ft /  Reported possible to be half that length please see: http://youtu.be/egUPX1ugy80

About the Real Duggy

Aircraft Registration Mark N1XP

Aircraft Serial Number 4733

Aircraft Manufacturer DOUGLAS

Aircraft Model (code)
DC3C-S1C3G (3021458)

Manufactured 1942

Engine Manufacturer P&WEngine Model (code) R1830 SERIES –92 (52020)

Was in service for Australia during WWII
and was surplused in 1945. It then went to Canada and served for their Department of Transportation until 1995 and then sold. 1995 - It was purchased by Harry Thompson and Robert Odegaard was restored to the original colors of the North Dakota Air Guard.
2/05 ReConditioned as Duggy the DC-3, by Robert Odegaard, Rob Challans and directed by Mitch Carley.  Paint - SkyHarbour, Canada.  4/05 Rollout and start of 2005 Air Show season. 
Maximum Speed: 207 mph, Cruise 140 mph Ceiling: 23,200 Feet, Cruise, 5,000 - 10,000 Feet Range with maximum fuel: 2,125 miles Weight: Empty: 16,865 lbs Maximum Takeoff: 25,200 lbs Dimensions: Wingspan: 95ft Length: 64ft 5in Height 16ft 11.5ft

Original Cost in 1942: $138,000

2005 Operating Costs; $1600 / HR