|Privately held company|
|Jerry Mehlhaff Sr. - President and co-owner, Char Mehlhaff - VP-CFO and co-owner, Jerry Mehlhaff Jr. - VP, Engineering|
|Products||Champ, Citabria, Scout, Super Decathlon|
American Champion Aircraft Corporation, located in Rochester, Wisconsin, is a manufacturer of general aviation aircraft. Founded in 1988 on the acquisition of the Champ, Citabria, Scout, and Decathlon, it has been producing replacement parts for these aircraft since that time; it has as well been producing new aircraft since 1990.
The Champ, Citabria, Decathlon, and Scout designs were obtained from Bellanca which had acquired Champion Aircraft Corporation in 1970. While Bellanca was responsible for the design of the Scout, the designs and type certificates for the Champ, Citabria and Decathlon originated from Champion Aircraft Corporation.
|Model name||First flight||Number built||Type|
|American Champion 7EC Champ||1944||2 seat general aviation aircraft|
|American Champion 7ECA/7GC Citabria||1964||2 seat general aviation aircraft|
|American Champion 8GCBC Scout||1974||500||2 seat general aviation aircraft|
|American Champion 8KCAB Decathlon||1970||1,000||2 seat general aviation aircraft|
|American Champion 8KCAB Super Decathlon||1990||1,050||2 seat general aviation aircraft|
|American Champion 8KCAB Extreme Decathlon||2012||30||2 seat general aviation aircraft|
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