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1935 Taylor E-2 Cub N15045

The Taylor E-2 "Cub" had a major impact on aviation history, and can be considered as the grandfather of the most famous light plane ever built, the Piper J-3 "Cub". The famous aircraft designer C.G. Taylor was primarily responsible for the development of this great aircraft.  He teamed up with William T. Piper to form the Taylor Aircraft Company in 1931.  The E-2 was their first product, and 351 were manufactured from 1932-1937. Following financial difficulties, Cub production was transferred to the Piper Aircraft Corp in 1937 and the Taylor E-2 design was eventually refined to become the famed Piper J-3 “Cub”.

Donated by the Estate of: John H. McGeary Jr., Miami, FL

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