Challenger Ultralight Single Seater - $4000 (LEOLA)

Challenger Heavy Ultralight (I know, I Know) - Single Seater
503 Rotax Aircraft engine
Has not been started in 2 years. The battery is dead. Man, it is dirty.
Both doors were closed so the cockpit is clean.
This needs to have an access door made for gas and electronics.
Currently, they used 2 zippers and made a flap that is closed by velcro on a metal edge . It has always been flown that way but it needs some work. You can see the flap on the side photo.
There is no engine or airframe paperwork. It shows 1000 on the Hobbs.
It does have electronic flaperons and an OUT OF DATE BRS (Ballistic Recovery System)

In Smoketown Airport (S37) and must move by end of the month.
I know the wings come off for transport.

The first set of photos is how I got the plane and the last two are as it is now. It has always been hangered.

Never Been Numbered
503 Rotax Aircraft engine
Electronic flaperons
Out Of Date BRS-5
About 18.5 feet long
Wings are 14 feet long or so
Wings come off for moving with 2 people - Took 2 hours to remove the last time.
10-gallon gas tank
Over 254 lbs.
Take off 40 mph
Stall Speed 30 mph
Cruise Speed 75 to 90 mph
Top Speed 105 mph
Red Line 110 mph
VNE 120 mph

What is an ultralight?

In the U.S.A. an ultralight is defined in Federal aviation regulations FAR Part 103 (and subsequent advisory circulars) as a *single* seat powered flying machine which weighs less than 254 lbs, has a top speed of 55 knots (63 mph), stalls at 24 knots (28 mph) or less and carries no more than 5 gal. of fuel. Excluded from the empty weight are floats for water landings and safety devices intended for deployment in an emergency. The weight allowance for an emergency parachute is 24 lbs. so an ultralight with a parachute could weigh 278 lbs. There are strict operating limitations, but no mandatory license or registrati
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