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WAG Aero J3 for sale

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Igor

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I just saw this on the AOPA site 9/06.


LSA Piper J3 Cub 25 TTAF & Engine...Not a 1940 or 1946 its a 1995 Cub all new from Wag Aero...All new parts... its a 9 on a scale of 1 - 10. why would you buy a 60 year old plane when you can have a near new for $34,000 beautiful! pics will be coming to my web site soon! Joe Armbruster 440-967-0004 - Joe 440-967-0004 [email protected] - www.aircraftbyarmbruster.com - (Ad submitted on 09/06/2007)
 
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bunkerhill

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I just bought a 60 year old J3 . I realize the aircraft sales ad asked the question of a potential customer base who have not decided yet in order to sell the Wag Aero. Since every question deserves an honest answer -heres mine. The reason I bought a 60 year old Cub is I wanted the REAL THING and not a COPY of the REAL THING. Lee ;D ;) :D
 

jimrice

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The reason I bought a 60 year old Cub is I wanted the REAL THING and not a COPY of the REAL THING. Lee ;D ;) :D
I concur. Why buy new when you can buy an antique or classic? While there are definite advantages to the experimental route, it just isn't the same as owning the real deal........a small piece of history, if you will.

JimR
 

JimC

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I'm with JimR & Lee. I much prefer the old ones.
JimC
 

Brian Stout

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The big difference between buying a 60 year old cub and buying a new one is, 15 years from now when I sell my 1945 cub I'll make money.............try that with a new one
 
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