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    FS 1953 PA-18 105 special

    Thanks for looking, This is a great supercub. It is the Tango Model and has the o-235 and the toe brakes. Has the lifetime struts, new bungees, update instrument panel, new mags, carb, Lightweight starter and alternator, muffler shroud all in the last few years. The fabric is a little ugly but it is solid. Always hangared for the last 20 years... cannot say much before that. This is a great airplane that flys perfect. TT6600 SMOH 1400 Great lightweight cub! I had a blast flying it. I bought another PA-18 so this one need to find a new home. Here are a few pictures, if you want to shoot me your email I can send a google file of pictures. Looking to get $52,000 obo

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    lakeboarder, now there's a blast from the past for me: That's the very Supercub I got checked out in, 1967. It was A.N. yellow on Irish linen cover at that time, no radio whatsoever. The instrument panel is a nice upgrade.

    Thanks. cubscout
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    Quote Originally Posted by cubscout View Post
    lakeboarder, now there's a blast from the past for me: That's the very Supercub I got checked out in, 1967. It was A.N. yellow on Irish linen cover at that time, no radio whatsoever. The instrument panel is a nice upgrade.

    Thanks. cubscout
    That Awesome !
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    Hi Lakeboarder,

    I DM you earlier with a few questions.
    Are there big difference between the earlier years and also the -95 vs these Tango cubs? I've heard great things about these and interested in your experienced feedback.
    Thank you.
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    Got you DM, and sent more pictures and little more info.
    I am biased on this plane. I really like this cub. I like to slip it in. no flaps. Once I get my other cub in the air in a few weeks I will be able to tell you more on the likes/dislikes

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    Price Drop $48,000

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