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John Lambert

VariEze For Sale

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This is a very stock per plans VariEze with excellent workmanship.

I was involved with the initial construction on the Fuselage, Wings & canard.

I would go to Ron’s house and do a hot wire cut,  foam carving or  layup on his VariEze, then he would come to my house and do the same on my VariEze.

For the next part, we would switch the order, so no one A/C was a learning curve.

 

Ron was flying Ken Brock Gyrocopters before he built the VariEze, and gyros seem to have been his first love, developing into one of this nation’s leading Gyro instructors, and Gyro kit assemblers. His VariEze is being sold as he has not had the time for it the A/C deserves!

 

This in a good solid well built VariEze that Ron has always kept in a hangar.

Best regards

John Lambert

 

 

From Ron:

 

 

 

My VariEze N 718 RM has the following history:

 

First flight-- Sept 19, 1982

Last flight--march 12th 2010

Total  time engine/ airframe  1,040 hrs

Total time on new engine rebuilt 35 hrs

New engine installed  2004

$25,000

Ronald Menzie [ronsgyros@gmail.com]VariEze For Sale.pdf

501-766-6456

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I once met a pilot/owner/builder who bought a canard and was building another.

I should have done the same thing but was just focused on finishing someone's project.   That might have saved my marriage, too.

If you are ready to build a Cozy from plans, you might buy this Varieze and fly it for years while you work on the Cozy.    That is a great way to go if you have enough money.

Bruce

 

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No problem... you park EZ’s with the nose on the ground.  They are all like that.


Andrew Anunson

I work underground and I play in the sky... no problem

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