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1946 J3 Cub, Oct 2005

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by vulturetec, Nov 8, 2005.

  1. Another from the Thomasville GA Fly-in, Oct 2005

  2. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Thats a beauty.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Where are you located over here on the fl east coast , i am in cocoa. :>))
    Hope you will join us shooting some time :>))
  3. PGB


    Jan 25, 2005
    This is my kind of plane. Slow, stick, and rudder. No frills. I love the j3.

    Thanks for sharing,
  4. Baywing


    Feb 22, 2005
    CT USA
    Can't say I've ever been in a J-3, but I have been up-side-down in a PA-11 Super Cub.......nice shot, brings back a few memories......
  5. bpetterson

    bpetterson Guest

    Yes I learned to fly a J3 in 1943-44. Franklin 65.hp.
    No tail wheel- just a skid. No wheel covers. No brakes.
    Used ski's in the winter when we had lots of snow.

    Most fun
    Spins fom 6000 feet, and Pylon Eights around two silos at 300 feet.

    Instructor $5 per hour
    J3 $3 per hour.

  6. That's the only way to go! Some of the students at the local big flight school are flying around with "glass cockpit" single engine Cessnas. I'm sure they still teach slips there, but...I can't remember seeing any of them actual do any :biggrin:
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