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PostPosted: Tue Jun 08, 2004 8:58 am
by Skyseeker
I have a Series 111 for sale. It was just recovered and now just needs to be reassembled. (Plane now back together).The two Rotax 185's run good and strong.
I also have the full fiberglass fuselage enclosure which is not installed
and needs a new lexan windshield.
A/C is currently in Tottenham, Ont. Selling for $2700.00 firm.

(Dropped price to $2500.00 CDN. Have another plane in the works so
my Series 111 has to go to help fund it.)


Home ph 905-336-3762
Home email randy043@sympatico.ca

PostPosted: Tue Jul 06, 2004 6:34 pm
by dachehuit
Hey Skyseeker,

is this what the "full fiberglass fuselage enclosure" you have looks like?

Image

Do you have pics?

Have you flown the LAZAIR since you put it back together?

Thanks for the info!

Dache

PostPosted: Tue Jul 06, 2004 9:16 pm
by Skyseeker
Hi Dache,
Yep, that's it exactly. But I have sold the POD seperatley
and am pretty much sure the Lazair is sold. I will update the
posting once confirmed.

Regards, Randy

PostPosted: Thu Jul 08, 2004 11:03 pm
by Skyseeker
'Thanks to all at Lazair Forum that took interest.
The Series 111 has sold and I can surley say the
buyer has got a sweet Series 111 in mint flying
condition for my low price. I can know move onto
add a third plane to my fleet that is to my style.
Thanks Mike.
Best to all the rest of you Lazair pilots on this forum.
Fly safe and ALWAYS preflight your plane.
Best regards, Randy

PostPosted: Tue Jul 13, 2004 7:16 pm
by xgary
is that the one with loose nose ribs?

hope someone gets it looked at professionally
right wing has issues with collapsed nose ribs

good luck

PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2004 6:05 am
by lazair
Shorty- are you saying this Lazair had some damages?

Surely the seller wold have let the buyer know of any problems.

If not and the buyer is reading this - Perhaps you should verify as shorty is a very vocal member here and also seems to be a "trained eye" so it seems.

Always welcome to her other comments on this matter.



Lazair :)

PostPosted: Fri Jul 30, 2004 6:03 am
by xgary
yes this lazair that was at Volk's Field has structural in-efficientcies we willsay.

I am not sure if the buyer knows that the nose ribs were not in place and the structural integrity will be comprimised. The Mylar that is was recoverd with was ok but the installer melted many of the styrofoam ribs --agian weakening the wings. the axle had been straightened and the tube it ataches to (A308 ??) was repaired ina a MICKEY MOUSE way but that is par for a butcher.


Regardless not a bad deal for a guy with a trained eye and skills to repair it.


seller said new owner flew it home 50 miles and no problems. Surely he will read this and find out about his wings being weaker and get it corrected.




Shorty