Private aircraft, hangared.
Certified in the experimental category because the original Continental C90 engine was replaced with a Continental O-200-A, 100 hp engine.
Exterior: White with red and black accents.
Interior: 2 seats , blue interior with grey carpet.
Aircraft Built on Danish BL2.2 Rules.
Previously registered in USA as N9922Y, then OY-DBB and now OY-DBM.
In storage for many years.
Not flown since 4/7/2015, now in airworthy condition.
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Specifications subject to verification by purchaser.
In 1957, Champion brought out the 7FC, which is similar to the 7EC but with tricycle landing gear instead of conventional (tailwheel) gear, oleo struts on all 3 wheels, and extra frame bracing for the nosewheel.
Factory standard equipment was comparable to the 7EC DeLuxe Traveler.
The 7FC is 3 mph (4.8 km/h) slower and 90 lb (41 kg) heavier than an equivalent 7EC, with a standard useful load of 540 lb (245 kg), compared with 630 lb (286 kg) for the 7EC.
Originally both used the 90 hp (67 kW) Continental C90-12F engine.
Standard gross weight of the 7FC is 1,450 lb (660 kg) with an increase to 1,500 lb (680 kg) allowed with the installation of "Wide Track Main Gear."
472 7FC aircraft were built.
Refer images, full details available on application.
|Engine 1||Propeller 1|
|Type||Continental O-200-A||McCauley 2 blade fixed|
|Hours since new||--||--|
|Hours since major overhaul||1,280||55|
|Hours to run||--||--|
Last Overhauled 07/07/1993
Fabric replaced June 1985
Full maintenance status and history available on application.
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