Piper J-3 Cub
A beautiful Piper J-3 Cub at Sierra Sky Park in Fresno. I saw it flying the pattern as I was pulling in to my home from work, so I grabbed my camera and ran over there. The pilot/owner saw me taking pictures and stopped by. We talked for a bit about his beautiful airplane and then he went back up for some more fun in the sky! Very cool!
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J3 Morning by Sam Lyons (Piper J3 Cub)
Signed by the artist and numbered Choose from: 400 Limited Editions....$145 40 Artists Proofs....$200 16" x 20" This striking view of a 1946 Cub shows Sam's talent at its best. As the sunlight creeps in the hangar, it turns the Piper into polished gold. You can see every single detail of the J3 as she waits for her pilot to wake up and get her in the sky.
Piper L-4 "Grasshopper"
NEW MEXICO NATIONAL GUARD Piper L-4 "Grasshopper" s/n 45-4496 (ex NM-NG now N5580) The Piper L-4 “Grasshopper” was the military variant of the well known Piper J-3 Cub built since 1937. Purchased by US Army since the Second World War as a light observation and liaison aircraft. Designated as the L-4 by 1942 and nicknamed“Grasshopper” served Air Forces and Armed Forces of several countries. Some 5,600 aircraft of this series were said to be produced. GM-45 by Gaetan Marie