1940 PIPER J-4 CUB


  • For Sale
  • 1940
  • PIPER J-4 CUB
  • N26726
  • 4867
  • Perry, NY USA

33000 $33,000 USD
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  • For Sale
  • 1940
  • PIPER J-4 CUB
  • N26726
  • 4867
  • Perry, NY USA

Courtesy Aircraft Sales - Darcy Kaapke

Darcy Kaapke

5233 Falcon Road

Rockford, IL 61109 USA

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General Specs (cont.)

1923

433 SMOH

34 HOURS

Used

2005

N/A

Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

COURTESY: 1940 PIPER J-4B, N26726, 1923 TTSNew, 433hrs SMOH, Flight Comm ICM Intercom,

Avionics / Equipment

Equipment:
Flight Comm ICM Intercom
Steerable Free Caster Tail Wheel
King KY-92 Transponder (Provision for Dry Cell Battery to Power)
ACK ELT
Clear Door Skins

Airframe

1,923 Hrs TTSNEW

Engines / Mods / Prop

Engine(s):
Continental A65C-8
433 Hrs SMOH, Field Overhaul

Propeller(s):
Wood Sensenich
34 Hours TT, New in 2005

Interior / Exterior

Interior:
Gray Cockpit, New Interior Wood

Exterior:
Overall Yellow with Black Trim Nose Art painted by Owen Hughs (other recent works include: Glacier Girl, Doc and Fuddy Duddy) New Cover and Paint in 2005

New in 2005
New Wing Struts
New Fork Ends
New Prop
New Fabric- All Surfaces
New Control Cables

Remarks

Miscellaneous:
Annual Inspection completed June 2019
Aircraft Always Hangared
Aircraft does not have full electric system, no changing system

HISTORY & PERFORMANCE SPECS (provided by Plane&Pilot)

STANDARD DATA: Seats 2. Gross wt. 1,400. Empty wt. 865. Fuel capacity 16. Engine 75-hp Continental.

PERFORMANCE: Top mph 100. Cruise mph 96. Landing mph 40. Initial climb rate 450. Range 455. Ceiling 12,000.

The J-4 Coupe was the first Piper monoplane to have side-by-side seating. First flown in 1938 and produced from 1939 to 1942, the light high-wing monoplane with enclosed cabin was often used in flight training schools and in the Civilian War Training Program. Very similar in structure to the J-3 Cub, the J-4 was powered by a 75-hp four-cylinder Continental engine. Cub Coupe features included hydraulic brakes, a more complete instrument panel, and navigation lights. Fuel capacity and overall size of the J-4 was also increased over its predecessor, the J-3. Construction is a welded steel-tube fuselage, and wings are made from spruce spars and aluminum alloy. Almost 200 Coupes are still active.

Aircraft located in Perry, NY. Contact Courtesy Aircraft to schedule a showing!

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