BELLANCA CHAMPION CITABRIA 7ECA 7GCAA 7GCBC 7KCAB SERVICE REPAIR MANUAL DOWNLOAD
American Champion Citabria - Wikipedia
Production history. The Citabria was designed and initially produced by Champion Aircraft Corporation, and was a derivative of designs the company had been building since acquiring the 7-series Champ from Aeronca in 1954. The model 7ECA Citabria entered production at Champion in 1964. The 7GCAA and 7GCBC variants, added in 1965, were joined by the 7KCAB in 1968.Designer: Champion AircraftFirst flight: 1964Manufacturer: American Champion Aircraft, Number built: over 5238
Bellanca Citabria | Aircraft History, Specification
The model 7ECA Citabria entered production at Champion in 1964. The 7GCAA and 7GCBC variants, added in 1965, were joined by the 7KCAB in 1968. In 1970, Champion was acquired by Bellanca Aircraft Corporation, which continued production of all of the Champion-designed variants.
American Champion Citabria - AOPA - Your Freedom to Fly - AOPA
There were 1,214 Citabria 7GCBC aircraft produced before Bellanca Aircraft Corporation ceased production. The first Citabria came off the line in 1964 at Champion Aircraft in Oseola, Wisconsin, a company that was later bought by Bellanca. Eventually, the Citabria line expanded to four models.