1947 Aeronca 7 Champion DC

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The Aeronca 7 Champion, also known as the Aeronca Champ, was a single-engine, two-seat, light aircraft produced by the Aeronca Aircraft Corporation in the United States from 1945 to 1951. It was designed to be a simple, rugged and inexpensive aircraft that was easy to fly and maintain. The Champ was popular with private pilots, flight schools and small air taxi operations, and it was used for a variety of purposes including personal flying, crop dusting and glider towing. The aircraft was powered by a 65 horsepower Continental A65-8 engine and had a cruising speed of around 75 mph. It was built with a welded steel tube fuselage and fabric-covered wings, and it had a fixed tricycle landing gear.


  • Total Time: 3865
  • C85 348 SMOH OHed in 2008
  • McCauley prop 387 SPOH OHed in 2006
  • Shoulder harnesses
  • Annual good thru Oct 1 2022
  • Logs complete starting in 1954 going forward
  • Recovered in Ceconite in 1983
  • Painted with Imron in 2001

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