Used Aircraft Guide
October 2014 Issue
After all these years, the wood and fabric single still earns respect for its sprightly climb rate, sturdy build and pleasant handling.
In an era when the state-of-the-art aircraft have to be baked in an oven after being laid up in plastic sheets squished together in vacuum bags, it’s hard to imagine that a wood and fabric wonder like the Bellanca Viking still exists. But it does. And although there aren’t great squadrons of them around, the Viking retains a loyal, almost cultish following. [IMGCAP(1)]
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