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Advice on selling a "Pitts" ultra-light

crystalwoman57

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Can anyone tell me where is the best place to list a practically completed Pitts ultralight, I don't care for ebay but if that's a good choice I would use it, are there any sites specifically for kit built planes for listing, and I need to know how to price this plane. We are remodelling our home and both of us are disabled so the plane is not an option in the future for us and we really need the money to fix our home.



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darylat8750

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This is a Biplane site and is a good starting point. Most of the people on this site are active or wanna-be builders. Barnstormers.com gets a lot of traffic and is one of the best places to try. Without more information such as the origination of the kit and pictures you will not get much interest. We ask that you price your sale items. Actual value for a partially built kit can vary from almost nothing to several thousand dollars, depending on the source and completeness of the kit and the workmanship of the work already completed.
 
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