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    Showing 1 - 25 of 27 Results Found within of

    2005 High Country Explorer. 425 TTSN. Well maintained. Always hangared. More Info

    Anthony Anderson

    (701) 371-2062

    Fargo, ND USA

    1961 American Champion 7FC, Always Hangared. TT 3606, Lycoming 235C 115hp, TSMOH 423.40. Alternator, Oil filter, Intercom, EGT & CHT, Garmin 396, Transceiv... More Info

    Larry Miller

    (210) 414-1115

    Spring Branch, TX USA

    N5185T. 1967 7KCAB Citabria, 1200 TTSN, frame up rebuild '15 with more options. VFR, NDH, excellent condition. Based in WA. More Info

    Maule Air Texas Inc

    (214) 384-1858

    WA USA

    Makes a great back country aircraft. 7GCBC Explorer. Excellent condition. More Info

    (808) 443-8506

    Portland, OR USA

    2011 7GCBC Explorer 75.0 Hours TTSN, EDO 2000 Floats Like New! Rebuilt September 2015, New Tric-Air 2250-001 Wheel Skis and Model 1500 Tail Ski. Garmin SL-... More Info

    Chapman Aviation Ltd.

    (613) 762-3072


    2007 ACA 7GCBC Explorer, 3000 TTSN, 675 SFRM, Based SQL. Data Sheet More Info

    WD Lewis

    (650) 591-6709

    San Carlos, CA USA

    2007 7-EC, 316 Hours Total Time, Fresh Annual, Night Package. More Info

    Q & E Aircraft LLC

    (573) 819-6972

    Columbia, MO USA

    LIKE NEW 2007 AMERICAN CHAMPION 7EC LSA. Make me a decent offer! More Info

    Gross Aviation LC

    (515) 341-5154

    Clear Lake, IA USA

    2005 Citabria That Runs And Flys Perfect, ADS-B Out! No Damage History! 78+ Compressions, All Logs, Heater, Filter, Cargo Door, 12/17 Annual. (KJYR) More Info

    Steve Rafert

    (402) 366-8499

    Gresham, NE USA

    N381MA, 2005 American Champion 7GCBC Citabria. This Pristine Metal Wing 7GCBC Citabria is sporting a Star Burst Factory Paint Scheme! 470TTAF&E, Located in... More Info

    Maule Air Texas Inc

    (214) 384-1858

    NJ USA

    2002 A/C Explorer. PSE PM 1000II Intercom, Garmin GTX 327 Transponder, Garmin GNC 250XL GPS/Com. Hobbs meter. Aileron Spades, Stainless control cables, Tow... More Info

    Great Escape Aviation, Inc.

    (609) 206-0593

    Fort Lauderdale, FL USA

    2000 American Champion 7GCBC Explorer, 330 TT, Garmin 296, Garmin SL40, Bendix King KT76 txpdr. Pristine condition. Always hangared, located 40 miles SW o... More Info

    Darryl Veit

    (608) 347-8849

    Portage, WI USA

    N629PJ: 2000 Citabria Adventure 7GCAA 1048 TT A&E More Info

    (865) 256-9501

    Norris, TN USA

    N524BT: 1999 Citabria Adventure Normal & Aerobatic 7GCAA, 1158 TT. $109,500. Trade Ins Welcome! Call for Details! More Info

    Van Bortel Aircraft, Inc

    (877) 604-5710

    Arlington, TX USA

    N5055G. 1979 Bellanca 7GCBC, completely restored in '09 w/ACA Factory New Metal Wings & Struts!! VFR Garmin Sports Pilot Pkg. Flies great, NDH, complete lo... More Info

    Maule Air Texas Inc

    (214) 384-1858

    FL USA

    N5062L. 1979 Bellanca 7GCBC Citabria, 1094 TTSN, NDH, all logs, good condition. The Citabria you've been waiting for! Annual due April 2019 !! Based in Cal... More Info

    Maule Air Texas Inc

    (214) 384-1858

    CA USA

    1977 Citabria 7-GCAA, 802 TT, No Damage History. Always heated hangar, fresh annual, new vac panel, 810 Narco, Transponder ELT. KLHV. More Info

    Carl Williamson

    (570) 660-5250

    Lock Haven, PA USA

    N8750. 1973 Maginificent Bellanca 7GCBC, Stripped, Recovered & Painted in 2016 with NEW Spars, Formers & Stringers… 34 TT SMOH by Lycon Rebuilders! Call,... More Info

    Maule Air Texas Inc

    (214) 384-1858

    CA USA

    N5074X. 1969 7GCBC Citabria with ACA Factory Metal Wings & VGs!! Super Skylight, Factory Window Tint, 22" Tundra Mains. Annual due 10/18, all ADs/SBs c/w.... More Info

    Maule Air Texas Inc

    (214) 384-1858

    WY USA

    N5168T. Beautiful 1967 7KCAB Citabria, Recovered & Painted in 2007. ACA Factory New Metal Wings in 2014, 40 SMOH by Triad Rebuilders! Next annual 5/19, NDH... More Info

    Maule Air Texas Inc

    (214) 384-1858

    SC USA

    N8375V. 1966 Champion 7ECA, "Almost New" Condition. 2886 TTSN, 20 SFRM, new fabric/paint '15 w/WOOD SPAR. Annual due 11/18. All logs, ADs/SBs c/w. Based in... More Info

    Maule Air Texas Inc

    (214) 384-1858

    MS USA

    N8969R. 1960 Champion 7EC, 2147 TT SNEW Fabric & Paint, 2003. 80 SMOH, NDH, all logs. Based in Louisiana. Annual due 2/18. Just reduced $4K to $24.5K!! Ple... More Info

    Maule Air Texas Inc

    (214) 384-1858

    LA USA

    N4853E. 1959 CHAMPION 7EC 3353.5 TTAF, Continental C90-12-F, 44 SMOH 1989 (3TR) Based More Info

    Robert E Clark

    (269) 340-2697

    Niles, MI USA

    Don't see what you're looking for? We have or can find aircraft you want at a price you can afford! American Champion Decathlons, Scouts, Citabrias. Visit... More Info

    Maule Air Texas Inc

    (214) 384-1858


    Call the World’s Leading American Champion Dealer & experience Professional Service in your search for new or used aircraft. We are the only Factory Auth... More Info

    Northwest Backcountry Aircraft LLC

    (208) 630-4441 Kasey

    ID USA

    American Champion 7 Series Aircraft Information

    The American Champion 7AC, also known as the Champ, is a single engine, conventional landing gear, two seat aircraft designed for personal use or flight training. The empty weight of the aircraft is 740 lbs (325 kg) and the maximum takeoff weight is 1,220 lbs (533 kg). The cruising speed is 85 mph (137 km/h), the stall speed is 38 mph (62 km/h), and the maximum speed is 129 mph. The 7AC uses one Continental A65-8 engine.

    The 7 series competed highly with the Piper Cub series making the designs quite similar. Both feature tandem seating but the Champ can be flown solo from the front providing better visibility than the Cub that can be flown solo from the rear seat only. The Champ also features a wider cabin.

    The main body in the American Champion 7 Series is welded metal tubing with the outer fuselage made of wooden longerons and formers and are covered with fabric as are the wings and tail surfaces. The wings of the 7 series feature aluminum ribs and are strut braced. The landing gear can be modified with a tricycle model or a reversed tricycle model. The 7AC, 7CCM, 7DC, and the 7EC models can be modified into seaplanes with added floats and vertical stabilizer fins.

    The variations feature several modifications. The 7AC Champion (the Champ) is the original version with conventional landing gear and shock absorption in the main gear. The 7BCM (L16A) was the first upgraded model. It features no-bounce landing gear and was turned into the military L-16A used by the USAF, US Army, and National Guard. There was an upgraded model of the L-16A produced named the L-16B (7CCM). It features a more powerful engine, hydraulic brakes, an increased gross weight, and an enlarged vertical tail. Some makes of this model were sent immediately to civilian markets as the 7CCM. The next model released was the 7DC. It uses a Continental C85 engine and the vertical stabilizer was extended forward. The American Champion 7EC Traveler features a Continental C90 engine and is based on the 7CCM. A luxury version called the Champion Deluxe was also released. The American Champion 7FC Tri-Traveler was an improved version of the 7EC only changing the landing gear from conventional to reversed tricycle. Also available in the 7EC line is the 7ECA Aurora. The American Champion 7GC Sky Trac is the 7EC with a Lycoming O-290-D2B engine and three seats. The American Champion 7GCA is the agricultural version of the 7GC with a higher powered Lycoming O-320-A2B engine. The 7GCBC, the 7GCBC Explorer, and the 7GCBC High Country Explorer are also part of the GC series. The final variant produced was the American Champion 7ACA. It more closely resembles the American Champion 7GCAA Citabria series. It features a Franklin 2A engine which required a change in the cowling and the main strut gear was replaced with steel legs.

    To view the various models currently available, please check out our American Champion aircraft for sale for descriptions and photos or PLACE A LISTING of your aircraft for sale.