At the rest stops, I parked with the big boys, and was treated like one of them. Production of the Chief, which had been outsold by its sibling the Champ by a margin of nearly 4 to 1, had already ended by 1950, with only a few planes produced in 1948–1949. Read about its Long Time Abornin' in the January, April and October 2006 issues of Aeronca Aviator. Copyright 2011-2020, Sportsman's Market, Inc. I awoke at 1 a.m. to see that we were barreling down a mountain, in rain, at 75 or 80 mph. Find and Compare AERONCA 11 for sale Also Consider. By this time, I had gone into good-ole-boy mode with the roving mechanic, and we were having a great time, sharing family stories about who was a drunk and who was in the Army and so on. Flying the Aeronca Paperback – January 1, 1987 by Robert E. Livingston (Author) 5.0 out of 5 stars 4 ratings. After World War II, the Chief was introduced as the Model II AC. Production costs and aircraft weights were tightly controlled and Aeronca was among the first to use a moving conveyor assembly line, with each stage taking about 30 minutes to complete. We’ll get back to you. The Aeronca Champ is one of the most timeless aircraft every designed. All of the airplanes will have AD's to deal with except for some of the pre war Chiefs. And drinking coffee. A deal was struck, and 16-year-old And by golly, they did. He was fortunate to train with career CFIs who were veterans of the WWII CPT program, one of whom flew P-38s. Rear auxiliary tank. The Chief and the larger Aeronca Sedan also share selected parts, the control wheels, some control system parts, rudder pedals and control systems, so parts passed from plane to plane to save costs. My father was in Viet Nam at that time, flying C-130's for the Air Force. Did you know that most of the articles at Air Facts are written by readers like you? All logs back to 1953. An article published in the August 8, 1948, issue of Nashville Tennessean Magazine describes him as a young innovative farmer driven by a love for flying. It was the first company to build a truly light aircraft. Required fields are marked *. Airplanes owned include a 1966 Cessna 172, part of a J-3 (briefly), and a 1946 Aeronca 11AC Chief that was sold in 2015 in far better condition than when he acquired it. One would guess you probably have a sequel to this movie! Like Jacob, Classic post-World War II aircraft present real opportunities for young people like Jacob, or anyone else with the modest means to own such an aircraft. But one learns to take things as they come, and most of all, to keep a sense of humor. After exploring my options at length with Bill on the Red Barn porch at Oshkosh, he said, “Oh heck, bring it over to me, and I’ll do it.” Uh-oh. The Chief, although similar, appears to me to have been designed more for cross country flying, with side by side seating, up to 23 gals total fuel capacity, and a (small) luggage area. and rubbing shoulders with the aviation characters who hung out at Flabob. Now what? simply not available; there were three Palmer kids to feed and educate. The Aeronca Chief is a single-engine, two-seat, light aircraft with fixed conventional landing gear, which entered production in the United States in 1945. “It really isn’t hard,” Approximately 700 machines were sold for that purpose. No, that’s not the end of the strangeness. In 1969, I too had the honor of flying the Donut Dollies on fire base visits one day in I Corps in Northern South Vietnam. Or walk there to get another truck. You are sure to enjoy this nostalgic look at Aeronca aircraft in the late 1940s. Unacceptable, I said, I have a date in Keyser, West Virginia. You do not have to be Richard Collins or Ernest Gann - simply a GA pilot with a story you'd share with friends sitting in the hangar. The Aeronca Aircraft Corporation was established in November 1928 in Middletown, Ohio. An excellent opportunity to get yourself into float flying. The Harter family of Greenfield, Indiana, has developed and nurtured a special affinity for one particular 1946 Aeronca 11AC Chief since 1996. It takes about ten seconds in a Champ's cockpit to decide that all of Chief Designer Hermes' Anti-Cub design goals were met and then some. The Aeronca Model 7 Champion, commonly known as the "Champ", or "Airknocker", is a single-engine light airplane with a high wing, generally configured with fixed conventional landing gear and tandem seating for two occupants.. flew again. I rented a 32-foot box truck and bought piles of packing material. If you"ve never experienced the joy of flying for the pure experience of rising aloft as the Wright brothers did, consider this rare opportunity to own a 1940 pre-World War II Aeronca Super Chief. more by adding a new interior and instrument panel. It was a variation of the Model 7 Champion and differed primarily by having increased fuselage width to permit side-by-side seating and a lowered cowling line to permit better visibility. Oh. Aeronca ceased all production of light aircraft in 1951. Leaving the spacious Interstate, the driver threaded our bulky concatenation down a dark, narrow, winding road through sleeping mountain valley towns. Shop with confidence. And smoking. dream world. I've heard many good things about them, but one owner was telling me how unreliable the 65HP Continential is. one was the Aeronca Tandem Trainer, which was designed primarily for use in the Civilian Pilot Training Program. The Aeronca C-2, powered by a tiny two-cylinder engine, made its first flight in October 1929, with its public debut in St. Louis in February 1930. Aeronca 11BC Chief G-BUTF, 11AC-1578, ex N3231E, at North Weald 3/05. New to Air Facts? Palmer was one of those kids who had to fly. and best friend, Tyler Howell, offered to help. FAA TCDS A-761 says, "Model 11AC eligible for conversion to Model 11BC when accomplished in accordance with Aeronca Service Letter No. By 1938, Aeronca introduced the Model 50 Chief listed as a “single-engine two-seat high wing cabin monoplane.” The Model 50 Chief evolved over several years until 1941 when the Model 65 Super Chief was introduced, which also spawned the Military version known as the Aeronca L-3, which was dubbed the “Grasshopper.” |8^{)=. I obtained my license in that plane. pilot certificate in Dave’s 172. The agency said it might take a couple of hours to get a tow rig out, so I went to the truck stop cafe for a sandwich, and called home. The nameplate must be re-stamped with the proper model designation and the letters "CONV" added. And eating supper. Jacob admitted emphasis went on the airframe. Flabob with Capt. But in late afternoon, about 20 miles east of Columbus, the truck started to shake like God’s own mighty dog. Of course, Ray is best known to aviation enthusiasts as the founder of the Stits Poly Fiber fabric-covering system. Frustration is often the dominant emotion, and if it rains, you’re gonna get wet. Select All Unselect All No Aeronca Model Associated. the tapering and drilling of the spar blanks themselves with the help of their Flabob year, a rather tired-looking Aeronca Chief flew into Flabob with a sign in the Control Lock Eyed as Culprit in Massachusetts Aeronca Champ Crash. Twenty -one months later it was back in the air. To avoid accusations of commercialism, I won’t name the truck rental agency, but I will say they did everything they could to get my load and me where we needed to be. Then the seller called back. 07-08-2012, 12:23 PM #2. family Harley. as long as he can remember. He would let me fly it for gas if I rubbed out the ring-worm on the skin. Bill frowned and told the driver that the airport was a grass strip carved out of a mountainside, with a dirt access road and a narrow bridge that would surely give way under the load. She was worried enough about the “Hands off and light as a feather,” Jacob said. trammeled the wings and prepared for new fabric donated by friends at the airline industry. 70-05ers was a Flabob regular who was active in the Wathen Center youth Late to this party, but found this story a fabulous read. Ah, the things we do for airplanes. window that read “For Sale or Trade.” He immediately called the number on the He was getting anxious. The 70-05ers picked the best Fierce got up and growled, “Good thing the front one didn’t let loose on ya. In September, 1940, the Aeronca Super Chief was introduced to the private flying market. (Now I also understood why he looked as he did.) Can you handle that? . Built by the Aeronautical Corporation of America (AERONCA), the Chief was the last side-by-side airplane sold by the company prior to World War II. He said to call as we turned off the Interstate, and he would get dressed and meet us at the Keyser, West Viriginia, Walmart parking lot. also helped with the stunning Ranthane finish, and the covering job was done. He has a long involvement with the EAA, including founding and chairing the EAA Aeromedical Advisory Council and publishing extensively in Sport Aviation and To Fly. Laughed through out and could see it all unflolding, what an adventure! (Wife prefers the side-by side seating) I see them available for 20 - 25K. To RMM: Penske. This is the least powerful 11AC model (later Chiefs and Super Chiefs had 85hp engines). that the best part of college was meeting a charming young woman named Jessica comet kit #3506 - aeronca chief comet flying balsa wood scale model aeronica chief with wingspan of 54". But fellow EAA chapter members assured me it was a piece of cake. his church. Well, they said, we’ll send out another truck and you can transfer the load. You do not have to be Richard Collins or Ernest Gann--simply a GA pilot with a story you'd share with friends sitting in the hangar. Thank you! Photo by Mike Rountree. Flying it was flight at its most basic. Look, I told them, the truck is back at the parking lot. I own no stock in the company. Flabob Poly Fiber factory. The C-2 featured an unusual, almost frivolous design with an open-pod fuselage that inspired its nickname, The Flying Bathtub. Designed for flight training and personal use, the Chief was produced in the United States between 1946 and 1950. Indeed, it almost was. A gust of wind would have it hurtling towards the ground, and then another back up to the clouds again. And they never billed me for the truck. and asking only for model airplanes when birthdays or Christmas came around. a short checkout, Jacob flew the wings off the Chief, taking it out at every Jacob’s Flabob classmate I will put a motor on it and fly the circular pattern. men became fast friends in 1969 while learning to fly for the Air Force. By Stephen Pope. From the truck emerged a short, wide guy with the dirtiest t-shirt, pants, and hands I had ever seen, and a fierce expression. When the ratings are done, he and Jess will return to Utah Owning and maintaining and flying an old fabric-covered taildragger is analogous to using a 1951 MG-TD as your personal car. Our mirrors must have rustled bedroom curtains in streetside homes, because my driver had evidently not learned the words “slow down.” It was a carnival ride at 55 or 65 in a 25. Fear washed over me, until I thought, what the hell, if I die, I die; if I don’t, this is going to make a great story. This piece originally ran in the May/June 2020 issue of Vintage Airplane magazine. mentors. construction kit for rubber power free flight airplane. By the time I made the Ohio border, I was getting cocky: I had this big truck licked. After I explained, he checked the wheels, then fell to the wet ground and crawled under the truck. Aeronca, contracted from Aeronautical Corporation of America, located in Middletown, Ohio, is a US manufacturer of engine components and airframe structures for commercial aviation and the defense industry, and a former aircraft manufacturer.From 1928 to 1951, the company was a major producer of general aviation aircraft, and also produced the engines for some of their early designs. cosmetics and simple maintenance tasks. Several of his opportunity. The boys soon Soon he discovered that the Tom Wathen Center at Flabob had several active aircraft-restoration programs for young people, so he eagerly joined in, learning about tools, aircraft structure, and materials while helping to restore a Stits Skycoupe. one day find Capt. Flying the Aeronca Paperback – January 1, 1987 by Robert E. Livingston (Author) 5.0 out of 5 stars 4 ratings. started covering the fuselage and tail feathers. His heart still accelerates and his eyes rise to the heavens at the sound of a round engine. I slowed to 55, then 45, and as the traffic blazed around vibrating-me, I got the hell off that freeway. I was petrified, concerned that if I ever got the plane torn down for transit, it would never fly again— all of you know about disassembled airplanes tucked into dusty hangars for 20 years, right? and he had a buddy who wanted the Harley. It was a different world and these movies will take you back in time. “I’m pretty well known worldwide for this particular airplane,” he says, noting that he’s had 13 award winners at Oshkosh, including six Grand Champions. “Hands off and light as a feather,” Jacob said. He purchased our Aeronca Champ in August of 1946, to use in marketing his apple and peach crops in western Tennessee. Oh. He did fly it over, in winds stronger than I would have dared, and landed it maybe three times before wrestling it to the ground at Indy Regional. The Aeronca 11 Chief, designed by Ray Hermes, was developed at the same time as the tandem seat Model 7 Champion, but it featured a wider cabin for side by side seating. Eventually the Chief 1947 Aeronca “Super” Chief w. Continental C-85-8. Jacob had still never learned to fly. With over 2000 hours of Aeronca flying time, Robert has learned that all Aeronca models have common traits. scholarship, interested Flabob kids wrote essays. Only 47 hrs. I slowed to 65, and the shaking stopped… briefly. “Well, how about trading the Harley for the airplane?” he asked Writing, photography, music, and travel help fill the void left by the absence of aircraft ownership and independent flight. The agency called back— no parts until tomorrow, sorry. Dec 19, 2018 - Explore Woodiegriffith's board "Aeronca Champs" on Pinterest. Like many of us, Jacob While it shared the name "Chief" with the pre-war models, the design was not a derivative. Thanks for such a great read! My first love of the bunch is Tatlorcraft, and it is still my favorite with the Luscombe a close second. Air Facts still champions, educates, informs and entertains pilots worldwide with real-world flying experiences. The carcass is still there. Air Facts was first published in 1938 by Leighton Collins and relaunched in 2011 as an online journal by Richard Collins and Sporty's Pilot Shop. A service truck was on its way, they said. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The latter was propelled by 50-hp Franklin or Lycoming engine options. I called the rental agency’s help line. One day during Jacob’s sophomore year, a rather tired-looking Aeronca Chief flew into Flabob with a sign in the window that read “For Sale or Trade.” He immediately called the number on the sign and found out the price was $13,000. To win the through ground school. A truck rental company with this kind of customer service deserves recognition. I do however, (just received) the Easy Built Models Taylorcraft, 50" wing. Well, she said, then get an engine that you can. The relationship with my 1946 Aeronca Chief often segues into a world of strangeness. I would rent from them again without hesitation. programs. The relationship with my 1946 Aeronca Chief often segues into a world of strangeness. Barehanded, he grabbed the driveshaft and shook it. The wings and engine are identical to and interchangeable with those of the Champion. On the last day of moose hunting season in 1958, the sediment bowl had suddenly dropped off the engine and I had to put down in a swamp full of eight-foot willows. Your email address will not be published. In April 2017, the Chief Most folks would understand someone doing that for a Champ. on to Vietnam and then completed distinguished careers in the military and the 1947 Aeronca Chief 11AC-1706. Jacob said doing the fabric covering was “super Tyler was determined to finish all his ratings and pursue a career in aviation, Q&A. In less than 20 minutes, a huge truck pulled up, with what looked like an entire mechanic’s shop on the back. All that for a Chief. Chief was not that different from covering RC models. Jacob admitted that the best part of college was meeting a charming young woman named Jessica Bush who loved flying as much as he did. Soon he was removed, and the boys sought advice from Flabob’s brain trust on how to replace Too civilized. Everyone seems to skirt around this question. Every few years, the class gets together to reminisce and Those big wrecker rigs hold the road pretty well don’t they! Owning and maintaining and flying an old fabric-covered taildragger is analogous to using a 1951 MG-TD as your personal car. There I was, at the Flying J Truck Stop, with my disassembled airplane in a disabled truck. fun.” He had always liked modeling, and he soon discovered that covering the A gang of EAAers and my regular A&P/IA had the airplane in pieces in less than two hours, wings laid out on the hangar floor. The money for flight training was By Stephen Pope. The work on the wings went well, so it was time to Submit a Review. real skills from covering the wings. Is that a British registration on the attached photo? So if you all would be so kind as to share your experiences and opinions regarding these planes, especially the Chief, I will again be most appreciative. just what in the heck they were getting into. Can you guess? Did you know that most of the articles at Air Facts are written by readers like you? Um, I replied, the load is a disassembled antique airplane that took a crew of five to load and secure. Don Swords in Griffin, Georgia, built a beautiful Continental C-85 for me, with a starter, and I was off to the races until learning the STC I bought for the installation was invalid for an 11-AC Chief. This story grew out of my wife’s terror of my hand-propping the Continental A-65 that originally powered the Chief. Airport manager Beth LaRock personally coached Jacob and it was time for Jacob to fly the family Chief. He said, “You ridin’ with me?” Well, sure. his nonflying parents to take him to the airport, attending every local air show, You old-timers know what I mean. Well, thanks, they said, we’ll have someone pick it up later. Sigh. No electrical system. It was a variation of the Model 7 Champion and differed primarily by having increased fuselage width to permit side-by-side seating and a lowered cowling line to permit better visibility. He took a route familiar to most aviators — bugging Comet Kit #3506 - Aeronca Chief No Tom, this is a hangar queen. Airport. Jacob and Tyler then The happiest I have ever been in the Chief was the first day I yelled out the window, “Clear prop!” and turned the starter key. both knew his mom would probably nix the idea. And delivering a fascinating monologue on the lives and times of Big Rig Tow Drivers. His friend and fellow EAA Kawartha Lakes 12/11/2020 Floatplane for Sale OM category. In 2012, they chose Riverside, California, and Flabob. Jacob spent some time The driver settled in at 75 mph, and started talking. Dec 19, 2018 - Explore Woodiegriffith's board "Aeronca Champs" on Pinterest. When I was having the overhauled engine torn down for a vibration, she decreed, “Put a starter on it!” Well, I said, can’t do that with an A-65. So I did. Aeronca Expert. He would only allow me to buy him lunch before he got into the rental car and headed home. I'll have to ask him if he remembers a Christmas Day…, May I add this vidoe to this debate/discussion as it give you a clear process to determine your safe altitude to do the 'impossible turn' https://www.mentorlive.site/program/20.html. Now a bit of advice when looking at … Valley University to finish their degrees. As planned, he and the Chief were soon off to college at Utah Valley University. Pre-WWII Aeronca Super Chief Today a lot of flying is about getting quickly from A to B. The Taylorcraft and Luscombe are the fastest of the group. Later that morning, Bill and friends unloaded the airplane into his hangar. submissions and interviewed the authors. He’s been obsessed with aviation for Please put their name in the comment section, with a “commercialization” disclaimer. Toggle navigation. By now they’d acquired some August 27, 2013. Aeronca Champ, 7AC, 7EC, Comparison to J-3 Cub. I can’t believe I did that… and that… and that, The in-flight emergency nobody prepared me for, An upside down landing on a remote Alaska strip, An airline pilot gets his general aviation fix, The day it snowed in Vietnam: a true story, An engineering approach to the impossible turn, Near the end of the accident chain – 4 lessons learned. In his freshman year of high (You are the starter) TT: 1830, TSMOH: 610, All your tiny airplane dreams are a-chief-able. This was a special project. Fortunately, in 2012, U.S. Aeronca Chief Doors Off Is it permissable to fly my Chief with the doors off. Aeronca 11AC Chief flight test The motor is quite closely cowled and access to it is excellent, as the cowling opens wide on both sides. Academy) had aviation labs and a modeling class, and best of all, Flabob’s unique I crept up to the airfield, barely able to make the turn into the woods and up to a tight parking place. full flight training scholarship for a deserving young person. 1947 S11BC AERONCA CHIEF • $21,000 • AVAILABLE FOR SALE • Fly slow and look cute doing it! The Aeronca K series, Aeronca Chief, Aeronca Super Chief, Aeronca Tandem, Aeronca Scout, Aeronca Sea Scout, Aeronca Champion and Aeronca Defender were a family of American high-winged light touring aircraft, designed and built starting in the late 1930s by Aeronca Aircraft. Jim Hann. Advertise your AERONCA 11AC Chief on this page Learn more. The Chief has a welded steel tube fuselage with fabric covering. Rather, the post-war 11AC Chief was designed in tandem with the 7AC Champion("Champ")—the Chief with side-by-side seating and yoke controls, and the Champ with tandem seating and joystick controls. You guessed it: The winner was Jacob I've never flown one before but they look cool (always liked the old classics) and are really simple birds, which I'm hoping translates into low maintenance costs. fly, they tucked it away in a hangar at Flabob and proceeded to work on short courtship they were married. Jacob began training at The troops on…, Great Story! Aircraft. cables followed. The Chief went into production in 1946. He has a long involvement with the EAA, including founding and chairing the EAA Aeromedical Advisory Council and publishing extensively in Sport Aviation and To Fly. After introductions, my driver said, “Let’s head for the airport.”. See Member Project page for more. Those are usually Cub pilots speaking. Design and Development ² visit. Select one or more Aeronca model. I rented the truck round-trip; it’s my ride back to Indianapolis. Looking back on it, I guess I still miss the wide-winged little beast, even with its hand-propping chores. ... Bill provided countless hours to me when I purchased a non-flying Aeronca 11AC. Since neither could He said that it could ice up at any moment (he would periodically pull carb heat in cruise) and it was also not a good idea to land with no power (I usually cut power on downwind abeam the numbers and glide in). He volunteered to help at every Young Eagles event held by Flabob’s EAA Chapter 1, escorting riders to airplanes and helping with parking and registration as needed. When Bill completed what turned out to be a splendid major overhaul of the airplane and correction of its many failures of documentation, I was unavailable to fly it home. Share your experience on any aspect of GA transportation flying, whether for business or pleasure. After the mission, he returned to Flabob, determined to get the This was a tall semi tractor, regal in its height; as I climbed into the cab, it occurred to me that if I fell to the ground from my seat, I would die. Your email address will not be published. Lol! Rudder gust lock found installed. It was an awful flight. Somewhere in West Virginia or Pennsylvania, I fell asleep in the middle of some tow-man’s tale of trucker folly. months nothing happened. Unfortunately, the Chief’s seller had no interest in motorcycles. decided to push himself to get the Chief airworthy so he could take it with To U.K. in 1993. This pre-1942 design is eligible for Society of Antique Modelers (SAM) contests. started showing its age. See more ideas about aviation, aircraft, general aviation. If you know anything about auto racing, you know which company it was. Now even I could see the problem: shot U-joints, fore and aft. He had not sold the Chief, For Sale Brass Cup and Brass Original Cup Cap for an Aeronca Chief Control yoke. Been thinking lately of going sport pilot and in the interest of affordability have been looking at the Aeronca 11ac Chief. length … The Aeronca 1939 Chief is a 1:22 scale, flying model. The Chief had a low-time, recently topped C-85-8F that ran well, so the Bill is known as the ... now bolted to the front of my ’46 11AC Chief. Research Aircraft . 54 pages, spiral-bound. Aeronca Champ, 7AC, 7EC, Comparison to J-3 Cub. For NOTE: The original Lycoming Serial Number O-145-B2 engine case is no longer airworthy, so the engine will be sold for parts. The new plant on the Municipal Airport at Middletown, O., increased production floor space by nearly roo per cent and enabled the company to step up its production proportionately. They were getting pretty skilled at woodwork by this time so they tackled I was very happy I had bought the extra rental insurance, because he was driving a car rented in my name! Production ended in 1951 by which time over 10,000 aircraft, selling at $2,095, had been built. The process required rubbing the infected spot down to the bare fabric with a dope soaked rag. skills in aircraft restoration at Flabob and was ready to pitch in. 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