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Old Feb 26, 2007, 06:19 PM
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FOUND ................Great Planes Trainer 60 KIT

Wanted ....Great Planes Trainer 60 kit

Must be NIB, Complete and unstarted.


....NOT interested in a GP PT-60....


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Bill
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Old Feb 27, 2007, 06:26 AM
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Hey Bill,
Theres one on E-Bay--Item # 269990312961
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Old Feb 27, 2007, 07:55 AM
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I'll check that out

amelia-air,

Thanks for the tip. This kit is for a newbie in our club. Since it does not have the instruction manual, I'll check withhim to see if he really needs one.

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Old Feb 27, 2007, 08:41 AM
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Bill,
Those kits are collector Items,and usually sell pretty high. I have a $100.00 bid on it,and I doubt if I'll get it. For a newbie you might consider a Sig LT-40. It has a 70 inch wing,and with the Tower discounts ,probably get a kit for $75.00. Several guys in our club have put floats on them,and flown them with a 60 size Mtr. Time you get Monocote,glue,epoxy--Etc. .Well good luck.
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Thanks for the suggestion, but he has his mind made up on a 60 size trainer with a symetrical airfoil....not a flat bottom winged one. Bill
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Old Mar 03, 2007, 05:35 PM
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Good Deal

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Bill,
Those kits are collector Items,and usually sell pretty high. I have a $100.00 bid on it,and I doubt if I'll get it.
amelia-air,

At $77 you apparently got a good deal.

Enjoy, Bill
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Old Mar 03, 2007, 06:04 PM
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Hi Bill,
$77.00 is a good deal. There is another one up for bid right now. Its A Joe Bridi
Item 190080488680. Has 20 hours to go. Bill --I put my bid in before I seen your wanted ad. I assumed it would sell for a lot more then my bid. Had I know you wanted it before hand--I would not have bid. Once I placed the bid-I could not retract it. Sorry--Still friends ? -Joann
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There are Many More Out There

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Hi Bill,
-Still friends ? -Joann
ALWAYS FRIENDS !
Bill
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