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Cozy MkIV Fuselage Tub and Plans for sale

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Selling a partially completed Cozy MkIV project fuselage, Chapt 4-9,13 mostly completed, Chapt 18,21 partially completed. Includes Cozy MKIV 1st Edition Plans.


Asking $2000, or best offer. Buyer pays shipping, or you can pick up in Alexandria, VA, 22312.


Email me at: Cozyparts [at] yahoo.com


Also selling separately, wings, spar, canard, engine cowling, and Ken Brock parts. See other auctions at: http://www.canardzone.com/forum/showthread.php?p=25770#post25770 and http://www.canardzone.com/forum/showthread.php?p=25773#post25773


This project includes:

- Cozy MKIV 1st Edition Plans serial #249.

- Chapter 4 Bulkheads - Complete

- Chapter 5 Fuselage Sides - Complete

- Chapter 6 Fuselage Assembly - Complete

- Chapter 7 Fuselage Exterior - Complete

- Chapter 8 Headrest, seatbelts - Complete 90%

- Chapter 13 Nose section - Complete 90%, Aerocanard molded nose, nose gear strut included, canard cover not completed.

- Chapter 18 Canopy - turtleback partially completed, but windows are mishapen, probably needs re-built.

- Chapter 21 Strakes - Strake bulkheads only


Special Features:

-Retractable step

-Removeable instrument panel

-Aerocad pre-molded nose section

-Featherlight nose gear cover, armrests

-Featherlight sump blisters

-Partially completed removable fuselage sump tank


This sale does not include:

- no seatbelts (attach points are installed though)

- no nose lift / nose gear

- no canopy bubble

- no electric speedbrake


I did not build this aircraft, I bought it from another builder to get a few select parts, which I've kept. Since I don't need it, I'm offering it at a great price, less than cost of materials.


FYI - the cost of the Chapt 4-19, 13 materials from Aircraft Spruce is $1,718+about $1000 for epoxy + $90 + nose spar + $500 plans + ??? aerocad parts = $3,300. This will let you save between 6-12 months, plus $1000+.


Wings, spar, canard, engine cowlings, and brock parts are also for sale separately, see below:



Disclaimer: I did not build these items, and make no warrantees or claims regarding their suitability for any purpose. The buyer should carefully inspect them and if used for any purpose, carefully follow any plans and instructions for their use. The buyer assumes all risk and liability for the use of these items.






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