Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation
PZL 101A Gawron (Poland)
Development of the Yak-12, first flown in April 1958. Models appeared for agricultural duties, ambulance and utility work: 330 being built in Poland for domestic use and export. The standard power plant was a 194 kW (260 hp) Ivchenko AI-14R radial.
PZL-101A Gawron, current production version with laminar-flow wingtips
The agricultural crop-dusting version of the PZL-101A Gawron (260 hp AI-14R engine)
Line-up of RSz PZL-101 Gawrons, HA-SBI, HA-SBC and HA-SBO. The Gawron ("Rook") is a Polish-produced development of the Yak-12
The ambulance version of the PZL-101 Gawron (260 hp AI-14R engine)