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Chris "From 7AC champ to EAA biplane"

SFCHiatt

There’s no such thing as too much horsepower.
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I took my check ride last year in this7AC Aeronca Champ that I later purchased andflew over 200 hoursbefore selling itand buying the EAA biplane above. It was built by Mr. Dean Henson (Ponca City, Oklahoma) It's ready for it's2nd test flight as soon as the weather cooperates. My Dad was a cropduster my whole childhood and there was always a biplane in our hanger. I will post some better pictures in my gallery as soon as the hanger door unfreezes.


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