Glasair Super II RG (Project)
Over 1200 Glasair II aircraft had been built by 2014 after it was launched in 1989 as a kit - with the type enjoying its current status as one of the most popular two-seat amateur built aircraft ever designed. Fast, economical and capable in both touring and aerobatics, the Glasair family was first flight tested in 1979 by Tom Hamilton (Glasair TD).
This beautifully constructed aircraft is estimated at 80% complete, and includes wings to final finishing stage, fuselage, factory new engine and propeller and a number of sub-kits, optional pre-moulded fibreglass instrument panel, multiple accessories, jacks and stands, long-range tip tanks and jigs to complete the project.
Noting that a new kit, sub-kits, engine, propeller and extras would likely be approaching AUD$200,000 (excluding build time), this aircraft has been priced to sell.
Genuine offers will be considered.
Kit purchase date: 2010
Airframe serial: 2480
Engine: Lycoming YIO-360-B1E (180HP)
Engine Serial: EL-36950-51E
Engine hours: 0hrs
Engine notes: Factory new engine (SB632A compliant)
Propeller: Hartzell CSU VP Metal 2-blade
Propeller serial: HC-C2YR-1BFP/F7497
Propeller hours: 0hrs (since factory new)
Avionics: Not supplied
Storage history: Kits and materials boxed and/or in hangar
Location airport: Mangalore, VIC
Empty: 635 kg (approx.)
Cruise speed: 190-195kts TAS @ 8000 ft
Stall speed: 63 kts
Range: 1,520 nm
Rate of climb: 2,700 ft/min
Fuel capacity: 306ltrs useable with 2 tip tanks
Build logbooks: Available & complete to date
Contact Nicholas Christie at Sport Aircraft Sales on +61(0)3 95311018 / or 0466649868 for a confidential discussion, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.