1949 Stampe SV-4C

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Price:
85 000 GBP
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Make
Stampe
Model
SV-4C
Year
1949
Seller
Location
La Ferté Alais, Paris, France
Condition
Pre-owned
Seller type
Broker
Total Time
2337 h
Engine Time
718 h
Undercarriage
Taildragger
Seats
2
Serial Number
1113
Registration
F-GPPJ

Highlights

  • Designed in the early 1930s by Belgian engineers Jean Stampe and Maurice Vertongen, the Stampe SV-4 is a training biplane.

Specifications

Seat Configuration
1+1
Gross Weight
770 Kg
Empty Weight
520 Kg
Useful Load
250 Kg
Cruise Speed
102 Kt
Range
230 Nm

Engine

Manufacturer, Model
Renault, 4-PO3
Power
140
TTSN
718

Additional Remarks

  • Prior to the Second World War, just 40 aircraft were ordered by the French and Belgium Air Force, it was not until after the war that its production expanded. Successively manufactured by SNCAN and by the AIA – Algiers, the aircraft was used to equip many training schools across Europe. Used by the Royal Air Force, the Belgian Air Force and the three corps of the French Army, known for its aerobatic finesse led the aircraft to be chosen by the World famous Etampes patrol from 1947 to 1953. The SV-4 stood out from the crowd during Aerobatic competitions and is now a firm favourite for aircraft collectors and vintage thrill seekers.
  • Released from the AIA d’Algiers in 1949, it then joined the State pilot school at the Saint-Yan airfield. The aircraft flew some 1900 hours in the hands of pilot students expertly trained by Jean Notteigem, instructor, and head of the famous Saint-Yan training school. During the 80s and 90s, the aircraft had four successive owners before in early 2000 she was acquired and restored by a Swiss collector. The current owner purchased her in 2008 and she has since been a regular sight in the skies above La Ferté Alais “Paris”.

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