AERONCA 7 CHAMPION AC Aircraft For Sale
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1946 7AC Champ - 2565TT, 975 SMOH on Continental O-200A done in 2009, Aluminum Spar, Aux wing tanks, Metal prop, Madras Wing Tips, 2009 Ceconite recover w ... More Info
Lacon, IL USA
Last Update: 04/26/2017
1946 7AC AERONCA CHAMP (Sport Pilot). 3300 TT, Engine 534. Prop 54. Wings recovered via Poly Fiber process in 2003. Long range tanks (10gal) added. Interio... More Info
Cranford, NJ USA
Last Update: 08/30/2018
1946 7AC Champ. 1586 AFTT. Continental A-65-8F with Millennium cylinders. Fuel: 13 gallon header tank, 9 gallon wing tank. Hydraulic toe brakes with parkin... More Info
Danbury, CT USA
Last Update: 08/27/2018
1946 AERONCA CHAMP 7AC, S#1234. N82602, 3244 TTAC, 446 SMOH C65 w/McCauley metal prop, Scott 3200 tailwheel, two 5.5 gal wing tanks, new exhaust, handheld ... More Info
Michigan City, IN USA
Last Update: 09/06/2018
1946 Aeronca Champ 7AC, 786TT, 100% Rebuilt C85 to O-200 Conversion, 3 SMOH, Metal Spar Wings, Fresh Annual. Maule Tail Wheel. Beautiful Airplane! More Info
Bancroft, ID USA
Last Update: 08/23/2018
1946 Aeronca 7AC on wheels, also comes with EDO 1400 floats, 2316TT, 312 SMOH & SPOH, O200 piston and connecting rod upgrade, aux fuel 5-13-5, full electri... More Info
Chicago, IL USA
Last Update: 02/12/2018
Single Engine Piston Aeronca 7 Champion AC
Designed for flight training and personal use, the Aeronca Model 7 Champion is a single engine, two seat aircraft. Commonly known as the Champ, the aircraft entered into production in 1945. The empty weight is 740 lbs and the maximum takeoff weight is 1,220s. The cruise speed is 85 mph, the stall speed is 38 mph, and the maximum speed is 100 mph.
The Champ can be soloed from the front, which gives the pilot improved forward visibility on the ground and during takeoffs, landing, and climbs.
The fuselage and tail surfaces are constructed of welded metal tubing. The fuselage's outer shape is created by a combination of wooden formers and longerons covered with fabric. The cross section of the metal fuselage truss is triangular. The strut-braced wings are fabric covered utilizing aluminum ribs. Most aircraft were built with wooden spars. The Aeronca Champion is equipped with a Continental A65-8 piston engine.
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