NIB 1:2 Fliegerland H-101 Salto. One canopy has been timmed to fit canopy frame but not attached. There is a second canopy, frame, seat assembly and super scale instrument binnacle could be used to create a scale cockpit utilizing a ½ scale pilot. OEM parts purchased from Fliegerland: 1-H-101 Salto including fuselage/tail cone, wings, wing extensions (7.8 meter) composite V-tail assemblies, solid extruded carbon/aluminum wing rod with wing tube and composite rods to attach V-tails and Air brakes.
1-Complete ply bulkheads and supports package
2-OEM canopy hinge assemblies – pair
1-Scale seat assembly
1-Extra composite canopy frame
Other parts purchased required to complete airframe:
1-FEMA 9920/152 152mm ball bearing main wheel
1-40mm tail wheel
2-Monoblock over-camber wing securing mechanisms
1-Aerotow release mechanism
2-Servo boxes, RUDD
3-pairs Multiplex 5080 servo boxes/ covers/fairings
1-Super scale instrument binnacle by Wolfgang Nol GMBH
1-Omni MP802 Very High Solids Primer, quart (excellent for initial Obeche grain fill prior to glassing) 1-Omni MH810 Primer Hardener, ½ pint 1-Omni MR295 Reducer, quart 2-KlassKote #100 White epoxy, quarts 2-KlassKote #405 Gloss Catalyst, quarts 2-KlassKote #500 Reducer, quarts.
I have translated the 30 page Build / Assembly Manual into coherent English. I elected to store the custom-built 330cm x 60 x 62cm shipping container that shipped it from Germany (90Kg total mass; you can work out shipping costs).
In the pics you see the fitted canopy, the all-composite V-tails come completely finished with integral / sealed composite hinge line wipers, if you look carefully, you can see the wing extensions just outside of the ailerons, one of the air brake drive shafts, peel-ply that I planned on laying over top of the wet glass (hang wings to stand vertically on wing rod and squeegee out excess laminating epoxy), then remove after curing to leave a glass smooth / paintable finish), 2.0 oz/sq/yard close weave E-glass as well as a roll of very high performance HD white vinyl that matches fuselage / V-tails that could be installed instead of glassing (I’ll include for free), carbon rods I installed in canopy frame #1, Multiplex servo inserts that make installing / securing the wing / empennage servos easy to add rigidity / integrity, Monoblock wing attachment devices (very clever German engineering), instrument binnacle is an exact copy of a full size H-101, specialized primer to roller on to fill the Obeche grain on the main wing panels (sands extremely easy) to reduce layup epoxy volume and leave a better / smoother finish with less prep prior to spray painting with KlassKote Epoxy, KlassKote epoxy paint system that is identical to the old K&B Superpoxy system that sprayed / flowed out beautifully and created a very shiny, durable and hard(!) finish.
Finally, getting this airframe packaged - and shipped - to this continent was not easy! That hard work is done. I'll bet there are no 1:2 Saltos on this continent.
Asking $4800USD for everything, except the Hitec servos. Why sell? Ordered a 1:2 JS-3 :^)