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|Sale Status||For Sale|
|Make/Model||Buckeye Dream Machine|
|Swap / Trade||No|
2002 Buckeye Breeze LX Powered Parachute. This was Buckeye's flagship model, made with an exclusive fiberglass nose shield and rear glide shield. They were a limited production model. A flight instructor told me there were probably around 30 of these left in the country (not sure if that's true?) This has been flown on a regular basis (as recently as last week). I have logged about 150 hours of flying time over the last 5 years. This is a legally registered N-Numbered aircraft It has been serviced annually by a certified technician (not me) 582 Rotax blue-head with electric start and pull start Taskem EFI electronics Elan 500SX rectangular chute with chute bag and line socks IVOPROP adjustable propeller with color-matched prop spinner Comtronics Ultra-Com II dual passenger intercom system (I have extra aviation headsets/helmets that could be included for a decent offer) Icom aviation radio with integrated PTT and aircraft antenna Mag switch, electronic fuel gauge, parachute mirror (redundancy) I added the Green Hornet graphics (removable if you dont like them) Runs at about 4700rpm with 10 gallons of fuel and a 225# pilot (RPMs in the low to mid 5000s with a passenger, weight dependent) Length is 136" Width is 73" Hoop height is 82" Currently has 261 hours, will be changing until sold. Sorry, no joyrides. If you come with cash, I will fly the PPC so you can witness that everything is in working order, but you will be watching from the ground. Will consider reasonable offers. Dreamers and tire-kickers need not apply...