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    Reg# N5029E
    TT: 1850

    1978 7GCAA Citabria in excellent condition. All maintenance items up to date. November 2022 annual with no deferred maintenance items. Compressions 78/8... More Info

    Bob Christ

    Mandeville, LA USA

    Last Update: 05/22/2023

    Reg# N5115T
    TT: 2153

    SOLD - This is the SUPER CLEAN 7GCAA was completely restored in 1997! 2153TT, 167 SMOH, 167 SNEW Prop, UAvionix - SkyBeacon - ADS-B, JPI EDM-760 Engine Mon... More Info

    Last Update: 05/02/2023

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    Single Engine Piston American Champion 7-GCAA Citabria Aircraft Information

    The American Champion Citabria line features single engine lightweight, two seat fixed landing gear aircraft. The name comes from the ability of the plane to withstand aerobatic stresses. Citabria is airbatic spelled backward. The main uses are flight training and personal use though they can be used as glider tow planes.

    The Citabria is based on the American Champion 7 Series Champ. The main body in the Citabria 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 Citabria feature aluminum ribs and are strut braced. At the time of its introduction, the series was the only aircraft commercially produced in the US that was certified for aerobatics.

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