Reproduction of the booklet "How to Fly a Piper Cub." A step-by-step pictorial familiarizing and instructing on the Piper Cub Trainer. Originally produced by Piper in 1945.
Float Plane Earring and Necklace Set in Gold or Silver
Box Seat Over Hell: The True Story of America's Liaison Pilots and their Light Planes in World War II.
L-Bird: The Little Plane That Did chronicles the untold story of a single-engine tail dragger and the role it played for Allied success.
New Legend Cub and Super Legend
The Legend Cub is today's most popular American manufactured light-sport aircraft. It's a modern legend possessing the right blend of flyboy fun. Standard features (and enhancements to classic Piper Cub designs) include Solo Flight from Front or Rear Seat, Aluminum Wing Structure, Electrical System with Starter, Both Left and Right Side Door/Window Combination, Dual Wing Tanks, 3-Inch Wider Cabin, 100-180 Horsepower, Advanced Avionics, Sport Pilot Certified or Amateur-built Kit.