1947 Luscombe 8E

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The Luscombe 8E is a single-engine, two-seat, light aircraft that was manufactured by the Luscombe Aircraft Corporation in the United States in the 1940s. It was a popular aircraft for private pilots and flight training due to its simplicity, low cost, and good performance. The 8E was an improvement over earlier models in the Luscombe 8 series, with a more powerful engine and improved cockpit layout. It was powered by a Continental C85-12 engine and had a cruising speed of around 110 mph.


  • Total Time: 4812
  • Engine Type: Continental C-85-12
  • SMOH: 1012
  • Compressions -
  • #1-72/80, #2-73/80, #3-72/80, #4-73/80
  • Prop: McCauley
  • KT 76A Transponder
  • KX 155 Nav/Com
  • KI 208 Nav Head
  • Flight Com 403 - 2 Place Intercom

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