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For Sale: BD5J Pocket-Rocket!
BD-5J Microjet project, 99% complete, One-of-a-kind, lightest
BD-5J ever built at 358 lbs empty weight, I-beam spars, Riblett
Reprofile root airfoil incorporated into custom ribs, 16 gal wet
wings (total 32 gal capacity), nosewheel steering, cockpit built
for 6'1"+ pilot, Matco wheels, brakes, master cylinder and
reservoir, 10 SNEW on 180 lb thrust Microturbo 022 Couguar turbojet
w/1.25 SFC at 100% N1 (air start), minimal VFR panel, comes with
custom trailer that can fit into 20 ft container for worldwide
shipment, special tools, spares and documentation, located at FTW
(Fort Worth Meacham) @ Vintage Flying Museum, price goes up 50%
once it passes airworthiness inspection. Selling because I am
moving back home to the Caribbean, but won't give away. Will
consider trade for 1000+ NM range single-engine w/2-4 seats
(LongEZ, Cozy, Velocity, Super Viking TC, or ???)
Used, will sell for $65,000.00 (or best
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