1951 EAA P-2 Bi Plane

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Meticulously restored 1951 EAA P-2 Bi-Plane.  No component left untouched.  Completely new from prop to tail with eye-catching custom paint and more.  Photos of every stage of restoration taken for reference and history of detailed work.  Amazing showpiece or just for fun, she is ready to fly!


Sensenich 2 blade – 0 (Zero) time since overhaul



Lycoming 0-235 Engine (Same as Cessna 152)

11 Hours Since Overhaul (810 Total Hours Since New)

Lightweight Alternator and Starter

New Exhaust

Bendix Mags

New Wire Harness

All New Fuel System and Lines



Aircraft Not Actually Flown Since Completion, but Has Been High Speed Taxied.

18 Gallon Fuel Tank plus 6.5 Gallon Aux Tank

Banner Tow Clip

Custom Paint

New Pitot Static System

Ceconite Fabric

Covered Struts

Wheel Pants

Great Access Panels for Maintenance

All New Stainless Steel Flying Wires

All New Hardware

347 Hours Total Time Since New

All New Airframe Hardware

All Framing Epoxy Primed and Painted

3 Point Harness

Removable Seat Cushion

Cleveland Wheels and Brakes

New Tires

Scott Inflatable Taxi Wheel


Avionics/Electrical System

Traditional Steam Gauges

New Instrument Panel with Vacuum System

New Pitot Static System

12V Electrical System

G Meter

COM Antenna and Cable

Handheld Radio Required – No ADS-B


Aircraft Details

Year: 1951
Make: EAA
Model: P-2
Registration: N3140B
Airframe Total Time: 347
Engine Time: 11 Hours Since Overhaul (810 Total Hours Since New)
Propeller Time: 0 SMOH
Location: Norfolk, VA

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