s/n 1373 Reg: N701J // $750,000 Price Reduced

s/n 1373 Reg: N701J
$750,000 Price Reduced

1943 Grumman G-44 Widgeon

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  • 6012 Hrs. TTSN
  • Fully Restored and converted by McKinnon Super Widgeon
  • The airframe was inspected and renewed during a 6 year rebuild to include a new 050 belly skin, most ribs were repaired, new interior floor, new keel, extensive sheet metal replacement, and extensive replacement of structural members.


  • Left Engine
    • Lycoming GO480-B1D
    • 973.9 Hrs. SMOH
  • Right Engine
    • Lycoming GO480-B1
    • 610.5 Hrs. SMOH


  • Upgraded with longer than standard blades
  • No AD hubs and clamps
  • Left Prop
    • 141.5 Hrs. SPOH
  • Right Prop
    • 141.5 Hrs. SPOH


  • Garmin G500 System (includes GPWS)
  • GTN650 NavCom/GPS
  • GTX327 Transponder
  • GDL82 ADS-B


  • JPI 960 Electronic Engine Instrument System
  • Electronics International Volt/Amp Meter
  • Guardian 553 Carbon Monoxide Detection System
  • Lake and Air Landing Gear Warning System
  • 24 Volt Dual Alternator Improved Electrical System
  • LeadingEdge Landing Lights
  • Strobe and Wig Wag Lights
  • Custom Spray Rails (prevents prop damage)
  • New Exhaust System With mufflers and cabin heat
  • RedlineWheels and Brakes plus spare wheel and tire
  • Solid Rubber Tailwheel (prevents flat tires on the beach)
  • Odyssey Batteries (2-12 volt) AGM
  • Pacific Scientific Rotary Buckle Seat Belt System on Pilot Seats
  • Oregon Aero STC Pilot and Passenger Seats
  • Rosen Cockpit Sun Visors
  • Fuel Tank STC for larger fuel cell openings to allow access for tank sealing and fuel gauges
  • JPI Capacitance Fuel Gauges
  • STC Emergency Escape Sidewall Hatch
  • One Piece Windshield
  • All Windows replaced at restoration
  • Imron Paint by Painter who previously owned an aircraft paint shop – Hangered since
  • Wing Floats modified to hold an additional 50 gallons each side bringing total fuel to 210 gallons
  • Engine driven hydraulic pump replaced with electric pump (allows landing gear retract with in op engine)
  • New float flying wires on rebuild
  • New Interior on rebuild
  • Replaced all control and trim cables on rebuild
  • Ailerons, Rudder and Elevators repaired, painted, covered in Stitts, and painted on rebuild
  • Replaced float flying wires on rebuild
  • Rebuilt all hydraulic components with modern components


  • Washington State

Additional Info


The Grumman Widgeon was built in 1943 for the U.S. Navy as a J4F-2. Sold by the War Assets Administration in 1946, it flew until 1954 when it was converted by McKisson to a Super Widgeon with Lycoming GO-435 engines. After flying in Alaska for over 45 years it was restored in 2009 and the engines were upgraded to Lycoming GO-480’s

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