The Waco UPF-7 was a single-engine biplane produced by the Waco Aircraft Company in the 1930s. It was used primarily as a personal aircraft and for flight training. The UPF-7 was a popular aircraft in its time and was known for its rugged construction and good performance. It had a wingspan of 35 feet and was powered by a variety of engines, including the Continental A-70 and the Lycoming R-680. Do you have any other questions about the Waco UPF-7?
- 720 hours since full restoration and 400 hours since overhaul of Jacobs 275 HP R755-B2 by Radial Engines.
- Air Wolf oil filter and Jasco alternator.
- 217 hours on wooden MT Prop. 2 place front seat.
- KLX 135A GPS/Comm, Garmin 496 GPS
- KT 76A transponder
- 3 place intercom
- Uavionics TailBeacon ADS-B out
- Cleveland Wheels and brakes, wheel pants and extra set of tires, cockpit cover but always hangared.
- Owned and maintained by A&P IA and annual included in sale.
- 2B20 prop set up and many other extras available.
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