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No. 50. Erco 415C Ercoupe (NC87360)
Photographed September 1946
This aircraft crashed in South Coffeyville, Oklahoma, on April 27, 1969.
You can get a Federal license to fly with 1/3 less instruction in
an ERCOUPE than in any other type of airplane. Why? Because it's the
ERCOUPE'S spin-proof safety design results in simplified operation. A single steering wheel guides ERCOUPE up or down, banks and turns it left or right... makes flying easier, reduces learning time by one-third. Sturdy all-metal construction, tricycle landing gear economical operation, low maintenance cost. For name of your dealer write
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