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Piper J-4A Cub Coupe

A picture of the Piper J-4A Cub Coupe

The J-4 Cub Coupe was introduced in September 1938 as an update to the already popular J-3 Cub.  The J-4 offered a wider fuselage and side-by-side seating instead of the tandem seats of the J-3.  The J-4A also provided a more powerful engine.  By the end of 1939 several hundred J-4s were in use in the U.S. and Canada.  The J-4 remained an excellent selling product for Piper until December 1941 when all civilian aircraft manufacture came to a stop with the entry of the United States into World War II.  Production of the Cub Coupe did not restart after the end of the war since Piper had moved on to more improved versions of the Cub.

Wingspan

36 ft 1 in.

Length

22 ft 6 in.

Height

6 ft 10 in.

Weight

1,300 lbs (loaded)

Maximum Speed

100 MPH

Service Ceiling

15,000 ft

Range

360 miles

Engine

One Continental A-65-1 four cylinders with 65 horsepower

Crew

2

Manufacturer
Piper

Markings
Piper Aircraft delivery scheme, 1939

Designation
J-4A

Registration
NC22783

Serial Number
4-469

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