June 24, 2024
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KITFOX MK2

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KITFOX MK2 - STOL - MICROLIGHT AIRCRAFT

Here we have a lovely example of a Kitfox Mk2 in very good condition complete with valid permit. This marvellous aircraft has a total of 396 airframe hours and permit until mid September 2024.

Fitted with the legendary 582 liquid cooled Rotax engine featuring twin ignition with auto oil feed. This Rotax engine had all main bearings replaced at 73 hours with receipts to prove, the engine has always been maintained regardless of cost (total run time of engine is 396 hours). The engine also is fitted with an automatic oil feed system so no need for pre mixed fuel.

This delightful aircraft is fitted with a GSC 3 bladed wooden propeller, which are renowned in aviation circuits for their robustness and performance.

Quick folding wings for maximum storage space and transportation, great for keeping at home or for minimal storage area in any hanger, garage or barn!

Also comes with a purpose-built professional trailer with brand new tyres so can be easy transported away.

NOTE: THIS IS A CASH ON COLLECTION SALE ONLY - PLEASE DO NOT CLICK THE BUY IT NOW AS VIEWING IS REQUIRED FIRST. 

Collection from Wimborne In Dorset

The Denney Kitfox is a series of small side-by-side, two-seat, high-wing, single engine kit aircraft, designed and originally manufactured by Dan Denney and his company Denney Aerocraft of Boise, Idaho.[2] The aircraft is amateur-built and not type-certified. Over 4500 kits have been delivered in 42 different countries.[1]

A derivative of the Avid Flyer,[3] the Kitfox was an early kit plane to feature quickly-folding wings that greatly simplify carriage and storage.[4] The appeal of the aircraft was that it could be built in a two-car garage. Then it would be towed to the airport with the wings folded. The landing gear may be easily converted to floats or skis.

 

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