Piper Aviation Museum - Piper J3C-65 Cub
Bill Maloney

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Piper Super Cub J3C-65 Specifications:

Piper Cubs at other Aviation Museums in the northeast
Piper Super Cub Piper J3-L-65 Cub
To see what a Piper Super Cub can do in the hands of a capable pilot, you've got to see the Flying Farmer portion of the Sunday airshows at The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome Museum in Rhinebeck, NY A Piper J3-L-65 Cub can be found at the New England Air Museum near Hartford, CT
Piper L-21 Piper L4 Grasshopper
An L-21 Replica at the 1941 Historic Aircraft Group Museum in Geneseo, NY Piper L4 Grasshopper at the Wright Museum in Wolfeboro, NH
  Piper L4 Grasshopper
  A Piper J3 Cub at the Mid Atlantic Air Museum in Reading, PA

Length: 22 feet, 5 inches
35 feet, 3 inches
6 feet, 8 inches
Empty - 750lbs Max Takeoff - 1,200lbs
Max Speed: 87mph
Cruise Speed: 75mph
Range: 220 miles
Service Ceiling: 11,300 feet
Fuel Capacity: 36 gallons
Powerplant: Continental O-65 opposed air cooled four cylinder 65hp
First Flight : 1938
Cost: $995

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