1950 415G N94432. This great little plane was formerly owned by Guy and Beryl Covert of Mt. Shasta CA and is a tight G model. I hear its one of the last three Erco models made. A few of the features I like about this particular plane are: higher gross than the popular C model (good for me since I'm 6' 7" and 250#); notched/split stab that allows full stall on landing; central control quadrant with the throttle, trim, and carb heat right under your hand; large baggage compartment; adjustable aileron trim (a *very* nice feature); C-85 engine that gives me a solid 110 mph; quick drain oil pan; auto fuel STC (I use a good water blocking filter funnel and also occasionally buy 100LL to keep the locals happy); and a really low time engine.
I fly it about every day or other day since I'm getting my license- its a total blast to fly. I'm also building my own plane but with all the fun I'm having with the Ercoupe if it weren't for the fact that I like building so much I wouldn't bother with a homebuilt since my little bird is about 1/3 the price of a completed homebuilt and gets just about the same, or better performance, than most. My goal, and one I think I won't have too much problem achieving, is to fly over 200 hours this year.