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Canadian Built J-3 Cubs

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Mar 17, 2007
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Hi Guys. My first on the forum here. My first flight was in a friend's 1940 Hamilton Ontario Canada built J-3 Cub. From what we have been told, this is one of three left flying today. Gene , my buddy is in the process of rebuilding the aircraft at this time and will likely be done the restoration with in the next few months. Do not think there was very many built in Canada, due to the plant in Hamilton burning to the ground in the 40's. What I am looking for is any info, pictures, and contacts on the Canadian j-3's or the plant.
Thanks and safe flight. bob

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