# Hi I whant to buy aircraft like this or aircraft no more than 70 kg

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#### Gil alvez

Hi Gil, the picture you showed is a very early ultralight airplane. I don't recognise the specific design, but I'm certain it's no longer in production. You could build something similar, it would probably cost between $5-10,000, but there are much better designs available nowadays. Where to go for build something like this? #### Gil alvez ##### Member That's the Snedden M7, discussed at length here a few years ago. Not even close to 70kg, with some very strange design features and a designer who insisted everybody else since the Wright Brothers have been designing airplanes wrong all these years. The Snedden m7 is 20 lb? #### Aerowerx ##### Well-Known Member 70 kg is only 154 lb This website claims the part 103 254 pounds. I suppose if you made it out of Unobtainium you might shave off 100 lb. #### Tiger Tim ##### Well-Known Member Looks like a Wheeler Scout. #### Scooper ##### Active Member HBA Supporter More about Dean Scott's modifications here: About Skyhopper Ultralight. #### cluttonfred ##### Well-Known Member HBA Supporter Gil, that particular early ultralight is probably no longer built, but others still are. Where are you and how much do you plan to spend? As an example, the Airdrome Airplanes Dream Classic is available an airframe kit for under$4,000 and you should be able to finish one with a used engine, wood prop, and minimal instruments for $6,000-7,000 or so. Last edited: #### Dana ##### Super Moderator Staff member Where to go for build something like this? Buy a kit or plans, and follow the instructions. #### bmcj ##### Well-Known Member HBA Supporter Gil, do you know about the Legal Eagle? #### sigrana ##### Well-Known Member I haver a brand new trike, which is powered by a 29 hp Marcmotor and with its Airborne Shark wing weighs 67 kg. I will sell it for the cost of the components. QUOTE="Gil alvez, post: 547245, member: 103967"] I looking for ultralight no more than 60 kg [/QUOTE] #### Gil alvez ##### Member Gil, that particular early ultralight is probably no longer built, but others still are. Where are you and how much do you plan to spend? As an example, the Airdrome Airplanes Dream Classic is available an airframe kit for under$4,000 and you should be able to finish one with a used engine, wood prop, and minimal instruments for \$6,000-7,000 or so.

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Hi what is the name of this aircraft? You know someone selling that? And how much kg is this?

#### Gil alvez

##### Member
Gil, do you know about the Legal Eagle?
Hi yes this is a lot of wheight I see

#### cluttonfred

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Gil, unless you are willing to state where you are located and how much you are willing to spend this is starting to look more like trolling than an actual discussion.

#### Aerowerx

##### Well-Known Member
Hi what is the name of this aircraft? You know someone selling that? And how much kg is this?
Like he said, it is the Airdrome Aeroplanes Dream Classic. That is the name.

Go to their website and they have all the information on it. This is the link to it.

#### Michael Silvius

##### Well-Known Member
70 KG???
Don't know if there's 30 kg to shave off this one...

General characteristics
• Crew: one
• Length: 17 ft (5.2 m)
• Wingspan: 28 ft (8.5 m)
• Height: 5 ft (1.5 m)
• Wing area: 120 sq ft (11 m2)
• Empty weight: 220 lb (100 kg)
• Gross weight: 700 lb (318 kg)
Photos as seen at Bowman Field (B10) Livermore Falls, Maine a couple years ago.

#### Victor Bravo

##### Well-Known Member
Gil Alvez - there are two or three questions that are important:

1) WHY do you require an aircraft limited to a certain weight?
2) What type of flying (flight mission, or purpose) do you have for this aircraft?
3) What is your level of flight experience?

With these answers, our grouup will be able to provide useful suggestions, answers, resources, etc.

#### TFF

##### Well-Known Member
Sounds like a very obscure country regulation not known to many. What country is this for?

#### Gil alvez

##### Member
Gil Alvez - there are two or three questions that are important:

1) WHY do you require an aircraft limited to a certain weight?
2) What type of flying (flight mission, or purpose) do you have for this aircraft?
3) What is your level of flight experience?

With these answers, our grouup will be able to provide useful suggestions, answers, resources, etc.
in my country if wheight is a lot I need a license

#### Gil alvez

##### Member
Sounds like a very obscure country regulation not known to many. What country is this for?
Israel

#### Gil alvez

##### Member
Gil, unless you are willing to state where you are located and how much you are willing to spend this is starting to look more like trolling than an actual discussion.
I whant to spend on this beetwen 2000 usd to 2500 usd

#### Gil alvez

##### Member
Like he said, it is the Airdrome Aeroplanes Dream Classic. That is the name.

Go to their website and they have all the information on it. This is the link to it.
Hi the aircraft is 92 lb??