For Sale Christavia MK1

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  1. May 25, 2019 #1

    Kenneth Hunt

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    Christavia MK1 project just completed. Lycoming 0-235-C1, 108 hp, , approximately 1300 SMOH, Sensenich metal prop, carb heat, cabin heat, transponder, ELT, strobe light, navigation lights, covering is Poly-Fiber easy to maintain and repair. Aircraft is located in the Houston, Texas area. Will consider reasonable offers.
    Call Ken at 281 467 0999

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  2. May 26, 2019 #2

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    What kind of transponder? ADS-B out prompts inquiery.
    How hard are wings to fold/detach?
     
  3. May 26, 2019 #3

    Kenneth Hunt

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    I do not recall the brand it is a basic, non ADS-B. I will be glad to send you the make and model of the transponder when i go to the hanger in the next few days. The Christavia MK1 is much like a Champion, the wings are not designed for quick removal or to fold. I would take two people probably two plus hours just to remove the wings. The Christavia MK1 is a Canadian design by Ron Mason, there are approximately 55 of the Christavia MK1 flying, many more are under construction. It takes approximately 2000 hours to do the build plus materials and engine. This is not a build that you make money doing, you do it for the love of building. Any additional questions give me a shout or feel free to call me.
     
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    Friend of mine in WY built a Christavia 1 in 1992 and been flying it every since and loves it. That looks like a Very nice Christavia. Wish it was mine.
     
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    Kenneth Hunt

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    Thank you! Someone is going to have a lot of enjoyment from this Christavia MK1.
     
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    Very nice, I wish I could afford.
     

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