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Our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week for Ercoupe "has the get-up... and the go!". ... See MoreSee Less

Our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week for Ercoupe has the get-up... and the go!.

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My dad had a 46 and that was the first plane I learned in. Fun , he would say let it crab, it will land it self. Miss those days

Learned to fly in Ercoupe, N99281

So much fun to fly!

My first plane ride at 10 y/o. I do remember it was terrible in a crosswind.

Wish it could be brought back.

Have about 250 hours in a coupe. Neat little planes.

Joseph Kovarik

I loved flying a 415-C, N93337, was fun!

Oct 1946

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Thanks to hard working volunteers who took part in our May Work Weekend, Vintage Crossing Guards will have new guard shacks for grabbing some shade in between keeping airplanes and people safe on Wittman Road during AirVenture! ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to hard working volunteers who took part in our May Work Weekend, Vintage Crossing Guards will have new guard shacks for grabbing some shade in between keeping airplanes and people safe on Wittman Road during AirVenture!Image attachmentImage attachment

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It all looks perfect to me!

Amazing to see it in person seeing it all be done. ❤️

Lee Schwarz and Hiroko Hubbard

Thank you!!!

"Be Ready for Spring with your New Aeronca" in our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week from 1941! ... See MoreSee Less

Be Ready for Spring with your New Aeronca in our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week from 1941!

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Love those Champs

Wow..what shoes is she sporting stabbing into the horizontal ? Lol

My grandma got her private certificate in an Aeronca on floats in 1961. We have a photo of her tying off the plane in full dress and heels 👠- reminds me of this ad and makes me smile.

Those were the years...when our club could fly for $3/hour wet. Yeah, and CFIs got $3/hr!

I learned to fly in one. A really great trainer. Watched Vern Johnson, the FBO owner, do some amazing things with one. I think it was a BD 5. It’s been a long time so I’m not sure that designation is correct. I’m sure someone out there would know.

Love this ad!

Great little plane had 1 for years

My Dad flew 1948 Aeronca float plane and gave rides in the St.Germain, Wisconsin area in the late 1960s and early 1970s,I spent many a fine day flying with him and wouldn't trade those memories for anything.

I learned to fly in the classic AERONCA, back 1951

i hasd a 1946 7ac with bcm conversion. i wish i had never sold it. WOULD BUY IT BACK YODAY.

Flew a 7AC for years. Front & back seating with stick.

Love the old airknocker. Fun to fly.

I owbd one, N9561E. Wish I sill had it...

Had a '41 65LB many years back. NC33704.

Alan, I learned to fly in a Chanp, in 1947.

Good airplane

Had 1 of each...awesome planes....

I think I saw an ad for a Piper Cub in 1939 for $600?

My dad with his Aeronca. In the 1950's.

My first aircraft Aeronca 11ac 1946 model. Acquired in 1970. Registration ZS-AYP. Hangered & flew out of Baragwaneth. Great airplane. Heel brakes no flaps. No electrics. 😁

Built one in high school

Looks like these vintage beauties are taking us on a trip down memory runway! ✈️

Good ol airnocka

"Air Knocker"

Flew one once

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Vintage is Where the FUN Is, and our volunteers are a big reason why!

We're always looking for new volunteers to help during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, and with a large variety of jobs available, you're sure to find something you'll love doing. Be a part of one of the largest and most dedicated volunteer groups on the grounds- volunteer for Vintage!

Click here to learn more: eaavintage.org/events/airventure/volunteer-with-vintage/
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Vintage is Where the FUN Is, and our volunteers are a big reason why! 

Were always looking for new volunteers to help during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, and with a large variety of jobs available, youre sure to find something youll love doing. Be a part of one of the largest and most dedicated volunteer groups on the grounds- volunteer for Vintage! 

Click here to learn more: https://eaavintage.org/events/airventure/volunteer-with-vintage/

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See you soon!😊

Do you need some help setting up the bookstore? I have some books to donate, too.

Our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week features "America's most useful personal plane! The great new Stinson Voyager for '47!" ... See MoreSee Less

Our Vintage Airplane Ad of the Week features Americas most useful personal plane! The great new Stinson Voyager for 47!

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My '47 is still useful!

Not only useful, also proven durable, sustainable and lots of fun! Love my ‘47 Voyager!

I flew one of these from Boston to LA. Watched the trucks below overtake us in the passes through the Rockies. Lovely big winged old bird that could carry a huge load.

The Cadillac of airplanes ✈️

This is a great airplane I have had mine for more than 20 years rebuilt in 2001 always hangared

I owned a ‘47 Stinson Voyager 108-2 with a 190 hp Lycoming replacing the 165 hp Franklin. Wish I still had it!

Someplace in a box I got from dad is a factory manual for that aircraft, I'll find it soon a post it, someone may be interested in it, they can have it for postage!

My dad had 3 Stinsons through the years. Last one based at Truex Field . Dr. Pepper did a Video with the girl !! Burgundy Color. My Opinion The most beautiful Single Airplane at the Time.

I totally,I mean Totally Love Stinsons , I have rebuilt two,if I were $$$_ able O would own another.

I owned a 108-3 Stinson Voyager Station Wagon, and I must say the Ad is on target. Great plane.

My dad had a Stinson. I recall it was a Stinson Station Wagon, 1948. Huge wings. Great smooth ride except when the on hot thermalfays. It caught every bump.

I owned a plane for years, but found out early there is noting at airports, now you must rent a car.. Most of us just flew in for breakfast or lunch and then back to home port. Never really used for vacation trips because to dependent on weather to actually schedule a cruise or hotel reservations, etc.. Only long trip was to Oshkosh and camp under the wing for a week, really a wonderful experience.

B.H.L. My GREATEST Plane +-2300hrs. A dream that came true 🙏👍🙏

A friend had a 108-3 station wagon. Really a nice airplane.

Love that plane, made rugged yet so elegant.

Thousands of Aviators returning from WW2 . Great way to market!

My Dad had the airframe to one of those in our garage when I was a kid .

Yes! Many are still flying. Some have lost their original Franklin engines of 150-165 HP to other engines including those of over 200 HP. Rugged Bush Plane.

My father had one, the Franklin engine blew a jug.

Had a few hours in while stationed at Ft. Rucker 1970-71

I tried one out reminded me of a lincoln I had inside

My Cousin had a Stinson of this vintage . My first flight !

I flew a dash 2 G.BPTA around for 25years lovely aeroplane ✈ 😍

Love the artwork of this era!

There was one in our family until a cousin decided to cut school and do a cross country and landed on a old road when he ran out of gas ...

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