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Taylorcraft - Here's A Couple Things You Should Know
About This Classic Taildragger...

As you probably have noticed, there is no shortage of 2 seaters on the market these days. Especially with the rise of the Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) classification. But there are not a lot of airplanes that have been around as long as the Taylorcraft.

The Taylorcraft came to life in around 1931 with the creation of the Taylor Cub. And over the following decades it has created a number of very nice and somewhat popular high wing taildraggers for all kinds of purposes.

IMPORTANT: You have to be very careful when you are buying a Taylorcraft as you want to make sure you get the right model. This airplane is still very popular after all these years, but you need to make sure you find a model that you can get parts for. So make sure you take your time and find the right one.


Here's 2 Great Things You Need To Know Before Buying A
Taylorcraft Airplane


#1 - They Are A Multi Use Airplane...

The one great thing about the Taylorcraft is that if you get the right model you can use it with floats or ski's. You have to realize that this is a very big deal as the Taylorcraft is a 2 seater and it is not a very big airplane.

You will usually find that the models with the ski's and floats options are the (BC-12) models. If you look at the classifieds, your going to find that the BC-12's seem to be popular for having floats and ski's.

The great thing about this is you have lots of options. You might not even be thinking about flying with ski's or floats right now, but if you ever get tired of just flying around your local community on Sunday afternoons, you can always get some training on flying with floats and or ski's!

#2 - They Are VERY Hard To Find On The Used Market...

The thing about buying a Taylorcraft is that you are really going to have to be patient. The reason is because it is really hard to find good ones on the used market. There are always a few up for sale, but the thing is - you are going to want to get the right one for your situation.

You need to know before hand if you are going to want a rebuilt one, junker that needs rebuilding or one in between. It is very important that you figure this out before you go and jump on a deal just because you like it.

Once you know which Taylorcraft model you want and the condition you want it in, your going to have to make sure you wait for the right one to come up. It may take a bit of time, but if you do it this way your going to be ready for it when it comes up.

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