I am just not flying my Champ enough to justify the hangar rent and insurance costs.
It is a very nice airplane with many upgrades that I have installed. I am an ATP, A&P, I.A. with 50+ years of Aeronca / Bellanca / Champion ownership experience.
Here are the details of my Champ:1946 Aeronca 7AC / BCM Champ FOR SALE $32,500
Serial Number 7AC-2783 NC84096
Original 7AC, small tail, with low time C85-12F (Lasher STC)
Airframe TT 4342, (30 hours since rebuild.)
Engine hours since NEW 833, SMOH 12.0
McCauley metal prop, CM7345 (climb prop)
13 gal. wing aux. tank.
8" Scott tailwheel.
New Sky-Tec light weight starter.
New Slick magnetos, ignition harness and spark plugs
Spin on oil filter STC.
Meets LSA requirements.
No generator, No transponder, meets FAR 99.13(d).
Logbooks back to 1990, FAA CD records back to 1946.
Sold with fresh annual inspection, all AD inspections complied with.
Located in Tucson, AZ at 57AZ.
Wag Aero shoulder harness and seat belt STC (front and rear).
Has Wag Aero EGT/CHT
Has Davtron digital clock
Has Vertical Speed Instrument
Has NARCO ELT-10 with external antenna
New instrument panel in 2011.
XCOM VHF with built-in intercom and music or cell phone input.
Trickle charger for battery included.
Accident in 1985, damaged again in 1999.
Includes all STC and 337 paperwork, airframe and engine manuals.
Garmin GPS RAM mount.
Some Aircraft History:
2006, new wing spars, new Stits Poly-Fiber.
2009, new windshield, new baggage sling, new seat cushions, new shoulder harness and seat belts, new paint, new wheel hub caps.
2011, engine swap to C85-12F, new starter, new Odyssey battery, new Slick magnetos, new radio, new tires, new instrument panel with new EGT/CHT, digital clock, flat card compass and VSI.
Photos are here:http://s1264.photobucket.com/albums/jj487/kf7pc/
Contact me if you need more photos or information.