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90hp supercub

behindpropellers

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my supercub is one of the first 22 made in 1949 ser# 18-12. it has no electric on it . it is light and flies like a dream. as far as a very original cub you we not find any better. if you do believe me come look. it is a new cub. price 66k.
Marc-

I would have guessed you were asking 80K for it. Post the price with everything that was done and my guess is that you would sell it.

Tim
 

ksfarmboy

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Hi Men,

I have seen and flown Marc's Super Cub. It is a beautiful machine. It looks better than when it was new. It is perfect in every detail. Marc has not had it to OSH yet but I'm sure it will win when it goes. I'll try to attach a picture. The silly looking guy next to it is Marc himself.

Todd

 Marc. K Super Cub.jpg


 Marc. K Super Cub.jpg
 

Shade3126

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I guess we are not going to get any more info on the aircraft for sale that started this whole thread.
 

mkrier

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what do you have to trade, a project, an old flying cub and $$. I reduced the price.
 

mkrier

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is there a person out there that is seriously looking for a very nice 90hpcub? Marc
 

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PA-18-95 is a misnomer. Although Continental would allow the engine to be turned to 95 hp on takeoff (if you could figure out a way to get it to turn that fast), Piper prohibited it from turning faster than 90 hp. There never was a PA-18-95 model.
JimC
 

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