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    Reg# N654AC
    TT: 1315

    1998 American Champion 7ECA TT always hangared. More Info

    Poplar Grove, IL USA

    Last Update: 09/27/2019

    Reg# N441AC
    TT: 160

    Citabria Adventure 7GCAA by American Champion, only 160 hours, ALWAYS hangared, 160 HP Lycoming engine, aerobatic capable. More Info

    Byron Oldham

    Leesburg, FL USA

    Last Update: 08/22/2019

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    Reg# N56WG
    TT: Not Listed

    2018 truly “as new” High Country Explorer. Wait a year, pay a LOT more or buy this plane now with a very recent annual. Featuring a tried and true “L... More Info

    Last Update: 09/09/2019

    Reg# N95G
    TT: 160

    Only 160 tach hrs since new and equipped/maintained to stay that way. Lycoming 180 hp engine with Sensenich climb prop and 664 lb of useful load. Aspen EFI... More Info

    Minneapolis, MN USA

    Last Update: 10/15/2019

    Reg# N125CM
    TT: 530

    N125CM This is the CLEAN 2005 7ECA American Champion Citabria you’ve been looking for! 530TTAF&E, ADS-B In/Out, Garmin GPS, GTX-327 XPDR w/Mode C. Locate... More Info

    Last Update: 07/18/2019

    Reg# Not Listed
    TT: 1260

    1997 American Champion 7GCBC, 1260 TT, VFR More Info

    Mike Noel

    Elm Grove, WI USA

    Last Update: 10/02/2019

    Reg# N9549S
    TT: 1400

    1965 Champion 7ECA Citabria, 1400TT, 460 SMOH O-200, 2004 Poly Fiber, Hangared, GTR 225 Com, Aera 560 GPS, Day/Night/VFR, 632# Useful Load, Etc. More Info

    Hogan Aviation

    Placerville, CA USA

    Last Update: 09/17/2019

    Reg# N9899B
    TT: 3100

    N9899B This 1958 Champion 7 Series is ready for an afternoon of fun! 3100TT, Icom – A 200 Com, Garmin GTX-327 XPDR w/Mode C, Flightcom - Intercom. "C... More Info

    Last Update: 05/09/2019

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    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

    Last Update: 01/16/2018

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    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

    Last Update: 10/09/2018

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    SIDNEY AVIATION, American Champion Aircraft Sales & Service since 1999. New aircraft in stock! Custom order slots for your special airplane! Aerobatic and ... More Info

    Last Update: 04/04/2019

    *Commercial Financing provided by Currency Capital, LLC and loans made or arranged pursuant to California Finance Lenders Law license number 60DBO-56173. Loans are subject to credit approval and monthly payments illustrated above are based on terms available to highest qualified candidates and subject to additional documentation and prefunding fees, terms and conditions. Currency Capital, LLC is an independent finance company and is not the manufacturer or supplier of any equipment. Currency Capital, LLC is not a consumer lender and any consumer financing will be referred to a consumer lender.

    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.