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1940 Funk B - NC24116

The Funk B is a high-wing monoplane designed for the $700 aircraft program of the 1930s. This government program was intended to get the average family flying and help the country out of a depression. The Funk B was inexpensive, but (at almost $2,000) well over the price envisioned by the program. Never-the-less, it proved popular due to its simplicity. The modified Ford Model B engine, using many stock Ford parts, was easy to service. Most Ford/Funk motors were later replaced with more powerful engines. This example is one of a small number to survive with its original engine.

Donated by: Gustave A. Limbach, Birchwood, WI.

Built by the Funk Aircraft Company

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