# Fly for under 20k!

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#### ToddK

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A clean Champ can be had for 20K easy. I went in with a few guys and bought one for $10, and fixed up pretty nice planning on flipping it. It turned out so nice that nobody wants to sell it now. The Aeronca Chief is the most under priced airplane in aviation. I have seen several perfect with recent fabric sell for 16K. I have seen old beater tripacers in annual and flying go for less then 20K. A few weeks ago a gentleman a few hangers down sold his very nice A75 Headwind for$6k. Some kid flew down from Florida, hopped in and called later to let he know he made it home with no problems.

Lots of deals out there if all you want is a 1 or 2 person airplane and don't need to go fast. Most of us fly alone most of the time.

#### way_up_noth

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Was following this thread..

I could not find any pictures/links of a A75 Headwind....is it known as something else

#### Hephaestus

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Lots of deals out there if all you want is a 1 or 2 person airplane and don't need to go fast.
You guys are completely forgetting this forums intention...

KR2s have had an oddly weak price for going on 2 decades now. Still one of the fastest VW's.

Tailwinds are in there too, tend to be a bit higher priced.

Q2 kits and hangar queens seem to have been popping up frequently since lockdown. Price on some of those has been in the rock bottom range.

#### cluttonfred

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Thanks, I updated the Wikipedia entries for Stewart Aircraft, Stewart Headwind, and Stewart Foo Fighter to reflect the new link.

I found it!