|May 11, 2011, 11:15 AM|
TD Go Fly Sailplane deal of the summer
STRATOS 3-SL-X. This is a RTF World Class F3J plane. It's reputation speaks for itself in the USA and Europe. It is complete - RTF with the radio listed in this ad. Battery still holds charge but I would replace it as it is three years old. It has a small repair that was done properly before I got the plane to one wing tip (see pic). The plane is light and solid as rock and is a joy to fly.
The second plane is a SUPER V 2meter. The plane is in very good condion and a great flyer and is also RTF with the radio in this ad. One small crack that is to small to show in a picture and has been repaired before I got the plane. It has been flown many times by me and is just one of those great fun planes to fly.
Airtronics Stylus 72 mhz radio. Complete with the Sailplane/Glidr card as well as the 50 model standard card. Three battery sticks, thee freq. modules including the ones for these planes. I have always felt this is a perfect sailplane radio and prefer it over my high dollar 14MZ for sailplanes.
The reason for selling is that I am not flying them as my brother in law flying buddy (the one who owned the winch) has moved away from sailplanes so I have no one to fly with and no available winch.
Price complete is $1350.00. I doubt that you will find a better price for this much high quality soaring gear anywere. Shipping should be reasonable.
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