Cub Sport (oz7214)
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Cub Sport. Rubber scale model.
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User commentsI think the wikipedia link is wrong. (it points to Taylorcraft B)
Looking at the specifications on the building plan, this must be a Taylor J-2 Cub (not a Taylorcraft B and not a Taylor E-2 Cub)
Harold - 07/04/2021
SteveWMD - 07/04/2021
It is indeed a Taylor J - 2, evidenced by the curve in the rudder drift, then PIPER renamed it J-3. Congratulations on the site, greetings from Argentina.
Claudio Acosta - 07/04/2021
I think we have a J-3 portrayed here for a couple of reasons:
The J-2 had a convex curve to the leading edge of the vertical fin and the J-3 had a straight leading edge.
Cub Sports were unique to the J-3. No J-2 was a Cub Sport. This According to Pete Bowers in "Piper Cubs".
Tim Larson - 09/04/2021
Aha. Ok, I'll buy that. Have changed the Scaletype link now to Piper_J-3_Cub. Any advance on J-3? :)
SteveWMD - 09/04/2021
According to Civil Aircraft Register, NC20812 registration number was assigned to a Piper J-3 Cub.
pit - 09/04/2021
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