Eduard has released a new, limited edition “Fokker Fokker!” dual combo kit representing Fokker D.VII machines produced by the Fokker factory.
The 1/72 offering (2133) includes parts to build two aircraft and reportedly includes Eduard plastic parts and decals, pre-painted phot-etched parts a painting mask and resin BMW IIIa and Mercedes D III engines. 12 marking options are also included representing machines flown by Rudolf Berthold, Josef Jacobs (365/18), Harald Auffarth (387/18), Willi Gabriel (286/18), Heinz Küstner, Heinrich Baurose (4301/18), Gotthard Sachsenberg, Friedrich Wilhelm Hippert (505/18), Ltn. d. R. Arthur Laumann (4282/18), Erich Loewenhardt, Ernst Udet (4253/18) and Karl Bolle.
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A 1947 Aeronca Chief 11AC-1706 has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):
All logs back to 1953. AFTT 1635, Engine 222 SMOH. Rear auxiliary tank. A65-8 engine. Only 47 hrs. since restoration in 2006 including new interior, fabric, and paint. Many updates and always hangered. Light Sport Eligible. MGL radio with headset jacks, external antenna, and battery available with sale. As typical for this vintage, aircraft has no electrical system and is very simple. Hand prop first or second throw. Includes main wheel pants. Annual completed Febr. 2020. Solid aircraft and flies great.
The aircraft is located in Broken Bow, Nebraska and is currently being offered for US $20,000, although offers are also being accepted. Click here to check out the complete listing.
A “low times, nice flying” 1947 Cessna 140 has been spotted for sale.
According to the listing, the machine has 3139 TTSN, while the engine has 684 SMOH. It reportedly has a new alternator, complete logs, 504 lbs useful load and good compressions. It also includes an avionics package consisting of a new ICOM A-220 Com/Intercom, King KT-76A transponder and dual PTT.
The aircraft is located in Forest City, Pennsylvania and is currently available for bidding. Click here to check out the complete listing.
Special Hobby has released their new tool Bf 109E-4 model kit in 1/72 scale.
The offering (SH72439) was reportedly produced in collaboration with Eduard, which provided basic data for the 3D model. The result includes three sprues (two grey styrene and one clear) with options to display the engine and fuselage machine gun cover panels open or closed. In addition, the wing flaps, slats and ailerons can also be posed in differing positions.
Marking options are included for four machines, including E-4s flown by Gerhard Schopfel of III./JG 26, Oblt. Helmut Wick (W/N 4148) of III./JG 2 and Hptm. Wolfgang Lippert (W/N 4148) of II./JG 27. “Yellow 8” of III./JG 52 is also represented.
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ICM has released their new tool DH.82A Tiger Moth model kit in 1/32 scale.
As previously reported, the kit (32035) is produced using “100% new molds” and includes a highly detailed engine and cockpit interior as well as marking options for two machines. Liveries represent machines operating with 25 (Polish) EFTS in the summer of 1944, and 3 Squadron Flight Training Squadron at RAF Grantham in 1938.
A 1948 Swift GC-1B has been spotted for sale.
According to the listing, the Continental O300-A-powered machine (S/N 3697) “needs work,” as it is “out of annual and not in flyable condition.”
There are some engine issues (needs an overhaul/replacement) and the prop has been bent due to a rough landing. Tires are also flat.
The aircraft is located in Siler City, North Carolina and is currently available for bidding. Click here to check out the complete listing.
A Loehle Fokker D.VII Ultralight has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):
Loehle Fokker DVII.75% scale replica ultralight airplane. Less than 40 hrs TT. Single place ultralight Part 103 (no pilot license needed)
It has a Rotax 447 with C gearbox,5 gallon fuel tank, recoil start. Instrument panel includes a dual CHT and EGT gauge, slip-skid indicator, airspeed indicator, altimeter. New David Clark H10 headset and Icom V86.The workmanship and quality of the build is beautiful. Fly’s and runs great. No damage history. For sale or possible trade. Delivery is available and negotiable for expenses within a reasonable distance.
The aircraft is located in Newark, Illinois and is currently being offered for US $9,800, although offers are also being accepted. Click here to check out the complete listing.
A Ryan PT-22 project has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):
Has been registered with the CAA and was flying on PFA /LAA permit at time of accident G-BPUD and comes with its CAA airframe logs. Complete and very detailed drawings are available I have most drawings for repair which are included in the sale. Chance to own and rebuild a Two seat, aerobatic, affordable vintage aircraft could be repaired to flying condition or static display. Forced Landing Accident saw it put into storage some years back. Currently stripped down for repair.
Mostly the airframe is complete although needing repair. Two sets of wings ( as per photo original yellow coloured ones in photos with damaged spare uncovered wings laying on top all flying controls surfaces were pretty much undamaged also have spare elevator, rudder, flap, ailerons, vertical fin. Crate of engine parts comes with it, including 3 crankshafts, 3 crankcases, 6 cylinders, pistons, cams, 3 back cases many parts, almost complete Un damaged undercarriage including 2 tail wheel assemblies, propeller in excellent condition and hub. Cowlings, windshield x2, may other unlisted and not in photos.
The project is located in East Lothian, United Kingdom and is currently being offered for £8,500, although offers are also being accepted. Click here to check out the complete listing.
An “always hangared, no damage reported and logs complete” 1941 Waco YKS-7 has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):
Total Time: 2888; Serial # 5277; Registration #NC31653; Engine 1 Time: 1921 SNEW; Engine 2 Time: 106 SMOH; Prop 1 Time: 1921 SNEW; Useful Load: 980 Lb.; Condition: Used; Year Painted: 2007; Flight Rules: VFR; # Of Seats: 4
According to the listing, the machine was refurbished in 2007 at The Waco Classic Co. and is equipped with a 240 hp Continental W670-M engine, a Curtiss Reed polished propeller, oil tank shutoff valve with starter interrupt, oil tank heater, crankcase heater, cabin heat, Cleveland wheels and brakes with new 6 ply tires and dual oil coolers. It was converted to Concorde sealed battery and also includes vacuum flaps, new windshield side panels (2013) and an avionics package.
The aircraft is located in Novi, Michigan and is currently available for bidding. Click here to check out the complete listing.
A 1936 Porterfield 35-70 Flyabout is available for sale. The listing states (in part):
5 Year museum quality Restoration completed Feb, 2018; Airplane delivered with fresh annual; Total time: 1052 hours; Airplane flies true and straight; 90 horsepower 5 cylinder LeBlond radial engine with 55 hours (Number will change as plane is flown often).
The aircraft is located in Port Orange, Florida and is currently being offered for US $35,000. Click here to check out the complete listing.