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Is there anybody here, or know somebody that would be interested in buying a couple of Aircraft for a very low price? A Vans RV-4 Wing kit and Empennage kit that are 90% finished, and A Paraplane PM-2

RV-4's at the same stage of the build have people asking up to $12K and the Paraplane is worth at least $3500, a total value of around $15k. I am only asking $4500, as a package deal, less than 1/3 of the value due to a hardship that forces me to let them go!

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