1936 Aeronca C-3
The single-seat Aeronca C-2 was so popular that the company decided to produce a two-seat version known as the C-3.
The Aeronca Company produced its own engine, the E-113, tailored for this aircraft. This two-cylinder, air-cooled engine was very easy to maintain and, compared to other aircraft of the period, was very economical. It was also known for its reliability.
An Aeronca C-3 was the first light plane to complete the 4,858-mile national air tour of 1931.
The Aeronca C-2 and C-3 series were among the most affordable aircraft to own and operated in the mid-1930s.
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