July 24- 30
WWII - W.A.R. Aircraft Replicas P-47
This is a 1982 WAR P-47 experimental, personal inspection is recommended and encouraged before purchase. Aircraft is being sold as is and where is.
> Eng TT 1135 hr/TSO 497 hr
> AFTT 387
> Wingspan 20'
> Length 19'
> Weight 898
> Engine Lycoming O235 6.75 compression-autofuel regular grade ok
> Prop Sencenich 66" metal custom pitch
> Fully Retractable mains AND tail wheel (have not seen another)
> Fuel 14.5 gal
> Cruise 2100 rpm @ 120mph @ 5.5 gal per hr
> Tops out @ 150/160mph
> True service ceiling (I did it,cold)15500 ft
> Stalls 70mph indicated
> Approach 85 mph minimum indicated
> Authentic WW2 paint scheme,352 fighter squadron ,353 fighter group,
Raydon, Suiffock England, July 1944,"Butch 2" s/n 42-26459 (in the history books)
> Rolls and wing overs all day long
Vertical maneuvers not recommended (very slick on the down side)
> Low pass and pull up all day long
> Has 4 straight exhaust,at low RPM it rumbles and sounds like a radial
> Most BANG for the bucks! When you land be ready to answer questions and take pictures..
> Very easy and responsive to fly but take off and landings need full attention.
> NOT sport pilot A/C,you should be able to fly and land a Pitts or Christian eagle A/C,
Cessna 120 or Taylor craft type not the same flying and landing
It's hard to describe the thrill and how much fun it is to fly this little JUG, just a HOOT! I have had my 253 thrilling hours-time to pass it on to a responsible owner.
Please serious interest only, would prefer a phone call for in depth questions. tel (985)974-7745
> I have flown this A/C over 253 hrs with over 500 landings and owned it since 1992.
Comes with new ICOM IC-A 200 nav/com in box.
Hammand Regional Airport, LA