How Cubs were built in the 1940s

Watch the construction of a Cub at the Piper Aircraft Factory filmed in 1943.

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About Jared

Jared Calvert is a volunteer caretaker of Ranger Airfield. He is a commercial rated pilot and owns several flying and project vintage aircraft.

3 Responses to “How Cubs were built in the 1940s”

  1. This video is awesome for a Cub owner and others interested in light airplanes. I couldn’t believe it when I first saw it. Thank you for posting Jared.

  2. Very interesting film. I didn’t know that 70% of the lift of the wing comes from the top surface.


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