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DH Chipmunk DHC-1

Price : £89,950 GBP

Aircraft Information

Af TT – 4320 hours, 

This aircraft underwent a full restoration between 2019 and 2020

Engine – TSO 16 hours since overhaul by Vintage Engine Technology LTD

Serial number – C1/0213

Original Instrumentation 

2x USB charging points

LAA permit to fly, valid until October 2024

Cambridge Air Squadron badging

RAF Serial Number : WB763 

Registration : G-BBMR

2 x 12 gallon fuel tanks

Electronic starter

Trig 8.33 Mhz radio 

Trig mode S transponder

Garmin GPS map 496 with cockpit mounts

RAF Military markings 

The De Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk was  an aerobatic 2 seat primary trainer, that replaced the Tiger Moth in RAF service. It was predominantly of metal construction with fabric covered aft of the spars. It has a sliding perspex canopy providing excellent vision. 


The first prototype was flown on the 22nd of May 1946. Some 1,000 aircraft were built in the UK, with a further 217 built in Canada and 66 built in Portugal. It was powered by the Gypsy Major 8, 4 cylinder engine delivering 145 HP. It had a maximum speed of 138 MPH ; Cruise speed of 119 MPH 

Range : 260 NM 

Endurance : 3 hours with 30 minutes reserve fuel