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624.9 Hrs Since Complete Restoration by Vintage Aircraft, Fort Collins, CO. The Wildcat held the line in every U.S. carrier action in the Pacific from Pearl Harbor through the Guadalcanal Campaign in the face of the superior performing Zero. The Wildcat's legendary ruggedness, combined with the superior tactics of its pilots negated the performance advantages of the light weight, unarmored Japanese Zero. It continued in Service with the Navy and Marine Corps through 1945, even after higher performance fighters replaced them on the fleet aircraft carriers. Despite its limitations Marine and Naval Aviators flying the Wildcat earned 8 Congressional Medal of Honor medals, more than any other single-engined fighter flown by US pilots in World War II.
Avionics / Equipment
2x King KX-155 Nav/Comm
King KT-76A Transponder
Dynon Avionics EFIS D10A
Garmin Aria 660 GPS
624.9 Hrs Since Complete Restoration by Vintage Aircraft, Fort Collins, CO
Engines / Mods / Prop
624.9 hrs SMOH by JRS Enterprises
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