The Keystone-Loening K-84 Commuter was a single-engine closed cabin 4 place biplane amphibious flying boat built by Keystone-Loening. It was powered by a 300 hp Wright Whirlwind engine mounted between the wings with the propeller just ahead of the windscreen. It was first produced in 1929.
This airplane was featured as a model/bank by Texaco, #8 in a series "Wings of Texaco" of historic aircraft used by the company.
Keystone-Loening K-84, NC-63K c/n 305, "Kruzof" presently resides at Greg Herrick's Golden Wings Flying Museum in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Wing components are under restoration with the aircraft fuselage to follow. A second K-84, N374V c/n 313 "The Old Patches" is at the Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, in Anchorage, Alaska and is also under restoration.