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Marquart Charger 2-seater for sale

El Piloto

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Currently in license. Continental engine 125 HP. Mint metal prop. Low times all around .Spare engine. Spare crankshaft. All Polyfiber coverings. Approved for aerobatics when in USA before importation to Canada. Located a 1 and 1/2 hour drive north of Toronto, Ontario. Always hangared since new. No corrosion. There are several videos on youtube.com. Do a search for "charleygarth". Here is one of the videos: [ame]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2d6nAPwM3h0[/ame]
Excellent engine. All logs from day one. Asking $27,500 Canadian dollars (about $21,700 in USA dollars). Comes with complete set of drawings. No damage history. Clear title. [email protected]
 
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Have pics? Not a buyer here but would like to see it and pics sell planes.
 

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I have added details on how to view videos. Aircraft last flew about one week ago...a 50 minute hop with a good friend as pilot. I am going to miss having that aeroplane in the hangar...! Good, solid, and no bad habits. For much of its life it flew with an AeroMatic propeller which was discarded several years ago in favor of a metal climb propeller. I have not had the time to search out a new spinner -although I am sure one could be made.

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5 to ten years of work for 21 large. Bargain. Probably 8 grand worth of streamline wires and tubing.
 

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This is a bargain! I know another 125 hp Charger. I ran into him at Reno Stead last month and we departed at the same time to head west over the Sierra Nevada Mountains over Donner Pass.

The Charger, even with 125hp compared to my 150 did just fine!
 
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Right prop, not in a hurry.......great fun machine. Very nice and right color....

NO! I have two too many airplanes already according to Marcia. And it won't fit. (I think I could shoehorn a S1C into the hangar):rolleyes:

Again, very beautiful airplane. And those engines are so smooth.

Jack
 

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Ed Marquart was a master welder with an O/A torch. he explained to me the zen of gas welding, which made the difference.
 

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