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For Sale: Pheonix Ka8B ARTF 3.5m span

Date added: 02/02/2019 09:49:48

  • Category: Gliders and motor gliders
  • Brand: Phoenix
  • Year: 2018
  • Price: £175.00

PHEONIX MODELS Ka8B ALMOST READY TO FLY GLIDER KIT 1/4 scale 3.5 M WINGSPAN For Sale or May P/EX INCLUDING MOUNTING COMPONENT FOR ELECTRIC CONVERSION. Change of plans, I've decided to sell on this brand new un-started kit. I was going to pimp it into a full scale model, but the covering is so good it seems a shame to strip & re-cover it. I've decided to sell it on. I imported it from the USA, so I had a hefty import & shipping cost. However, past experience has told me I can't hope to recover that. The current price in the USA is just under $280 + shipping, which at today's rate equates to 220 ish + shipping. It cost me over 100 in duty & shipping. It must be collected from Southport Merseyside in person, no courier collection., OR Could Deliver Up To 100 mies for petrol costs. MAY P/EX Un-Started Builders Kit, with 2 Piece Wing, Up to 2m span, Prefer If Suitable Electric Power. Payment, cash on Collection / Delivery. Needs motor batteries & radio controls to finish as a motor glider. Box size 180x50x19cm. The components have been unpacked, inspected, & re-packed in the original box. This is the latest kit, with a modified canopy latch system & pilot figure. The pictures are of the actual kit plus some from Tower Hobbies site, Any inspection Invited. 175.00 No Courier Collections. Kit details

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