1940 Waco UPF-7

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The Waco UPF-7 was a biplane aircraft produced in the United States in the 1930s. It was used primarily as a trainer aircraft and could seat up to three people. It was known for its sturdy construction and good handling characteristics. The UPF-7 was used by both civilian pilots and military pilots in various countries. It was also used by the Civilian Pilot Training Program in the United States, which was established in the late 1930s to train pilots for military service.


  • Engine:
  • Continental W670-6A Serail # 13761
  • Overhauled by Pete Jones' Air Repair
  • Engine overhauled and assembled in accordance with Continental manual X3009 9/27/17
  • Nuchromed Aircraft Cylinders of America, new FAA-PMA pistons, new valves, valve sprigs, master rod bearing, rings, seals, gaskets.
  • Front and rear roller bearings per Giroux Aviation
  • Test run 4 hours
  • Propeller:
  • Curtiss Reed Propeller
  • Overhauled by Maxwell Propeller Service, MN 8/17/2017
  • Original propeller log book from new 12/17/43
  • Serial # M9735
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  • Garmin GTX 345 Transponder w GPS
  • Garmin GTR 225 Com System
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  • AirGizmos 660 Panel Dock (Garmin Aera 660)
  • PM 1200 Intercom

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