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1946 Aeronca 7AC “Champ”

The Aeronca 7AC "Champ" was designed in 1944 by Ray Hermes. Ray started the design by listing everything he disliked about the popular Piper Cub.... Read More

1936 Aeronca C3B “Master”

Of the approximately 500 C3's built from 1931 to 1936, only a handful remain, with even fewer still flying. ... Read More

1930 Stinson SM8A “Detroiter”

Also known as the "Junior," the first Stinson Detroiters had six seats and were initially marketed to small regional airlines. ... Read More

1942 Laister–Kauffman LK–10A (TG–4A)

Over 150 of these sailplanes were delivered to the U.S. Army as two–place training gliders. They were very popular for racing after WWII .... Read More

Bowlus BA–100 “Baby Albatross”

The kit-built Baby Albatross was one of the most popular sailplanes of the pre-World War II era.... Read More

1937 Beech C17B “Staggerwing”

One of the outstanding classic aircraft of the 1930s era, the nickname "Staggerwing" was due to the unusual arrangement of the wings. Traditionally, the top wing was ahead of the bottom wing.... Read More

Piper J3C-65 Cub

This Piper J3 Cub has trained more tail wheel pilots than any other aircraft... Read More

1939 Taylorcraft Model B

Although the Model A was a great success in the 1930’s with its 40 hp engine, the 65 hp version was sold as fast as they were made. Several hundred of these fine airplanes were manufactured, and the basic design... Read More