In 1946 Commonwealth re-established the construction of the Skyranger at their Valley Stream plant for just one year. By November of 1946, production of the Skyranger stopped due to market pressures. It had many minor modifications but was essentially the same aircraft. The Skyranger 185 is fabric covered. The fuselage is welded steel tubing, and the wing has wood spars and ribs. A full electrical system was standard, and the aircraft has a large baggage compartment, and wing slots which give better aileron control at low speeds. Two 12.5-gal. wing tanks were standard, 18-gal. tanks were an option. As the anticipated post-war boom in civil aviation had not then started, Commonwealth went bankrupt in 1947, after 275 Skyrangers were built by Commonwealth.