1949 Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat

s/n 121752 N800H



1569.3 hrs TTSN

145.4 Hrs Since Restoration by Pacific Fighters, Idaho


Pratt & Whitney R-2800-CB-16

145.4 Hrs. SMOH by Anderson Airmotive



Aero Products A642-G1

247.9 Hrs. SPOH

Exterior:    ​U.S. Navy

Excellent condition


Restored to stock military configuration - Excellent condition


Garmin SL30 Comm

King KT 905 Comm

King KT 76 Transponder

Garmin 296 GPS

Annual Inspection:

Completed 6/2020


1x 150 gallon drop tank


Perhaps the best-performing piston fighter ever, the F8F began as a project to provide the WWII fleet with a rapid-climb interceptor to replace the F6F Hellcat. Powered by the same Pratt & Whitney 2800 engine as the Hellcat, the empty weight is approximately a ton less allowing a record-setting time-to-climb to 10,000 feet in under 100 seconds. While the aircraft did not see combat in WWII, it was the first featured aircraft of the post-war, newly formed Blue Angels and continued in active service well into the turbine era.

Located: Washington State

Stressed Man
Stressed Man

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Aircraft maybe subject to prior sale, lease, and/or removal from the market without prior notice.
Specifications subject to verification upon inspection.