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PIPER J-3/SUPERCUB hybrid?

chuck2shaw

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That is what they call this, recently posted on Trade-A-Plane. Wonder what the empty weight could be?

Sandpoint ID $92,500
SUPER CUB/ J-3 150 h.p., LSA, standard airworthiness cert., normal category, 1946/2009 J-3 with PA-18 mods, fresh Chuck Ney overhaul on 0-320 engine, complete tubes-up restoration, flaps, lots of Super Cub mods, on wheels 6:00x8:00, 36 gallons fuel, $92,500. New Baumann floats available; $14,000. Flying in 30 days. Send for recent photos and full spec sheet. [email protected]
http://www.herlihyaviationservicesllc.com

Several fairly decent sounding Cubs on TAP today, but also some that have been advertised for a long time.
Chuck Shaw
 

longwinglover

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Wonder what the empty weight could be?
J-3 150 h.p., LSA, standard airworthiness cert., normal category, 1946/2009 J-3 with PA-18 mods, 0-320 engine, flaps, lots of Super Cub mods, on wheels 6:00x8:00, 36 gallons fuel,
Chuck Shaw
Could be kinda high. ;) It might perform well with 150hp, but I think you'd need to be a pretty skinny pilot to carry 36 gal. of fuel. ;D

John Scott
 
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