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Taylorcraft L2A

I did my long cross country solo today. The first part was a flight from CYPK to Powell River. It’s great scenery (like most of the flying around here). When I landed in Powell River I took a stroll around to check out the local aircraft. There was a nice Stinson 108, but there was also a weird looking sort yellow Piper Cub sort of something that caught my eye.

Turns out it’s a replica Taylorcraft L2A.

Taylorcraft L2A

Taylorcraft L2A


These are the specs I found for this airplane:
L2A Specifications

Manufacturer: Taylorcraft
Base Model: L2
Version: A
Nickname: Grasshopper
Engine Mfg: Continental 0-170-3 Flat-Four Piston
Horsepower: 65hp
Weight Empty: 875 lbs.
Weight Takeoff: 1300 – Passenger + Aircraft + Fuel
Wing Span: 35′ 5″
Length: 22′ 9″ Height: 8′ 0″
Seats: 2
Max. Speed: 102 MPH
Ceiling: 16,000 Ft
Range: 230 Miles
Propeller: Wooden

I searched the Canadian Civil Aircraft Registry and only found this airplane, so they’re pretty rare, in Canada at least (and this one is a replica).

The planes were built by Taylorcraft starting in 1941. They were used as light transport and spotter planes, and were able to take off and land on unprepared airfields. It’s a cool looking little plane, and shows why it’s worth getting out of the plane at new airfields and looking around.

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