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Druine Turbi D5 adid = 21861

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Light Aircraft, Shares & Groups | Druine, Turbi | group share or for sale outright

General information
The Druine D.5 Turbi was a light aircraft designed in France in the 1950s for home building. It was a low-wing cantilever monoplane with fixed tailskid undercarriage. The pilot and a single passenger sat in tandem, open cockpits. Essentially a scaled-up version of the Druine Turbulent design, the Turbi shared that aircraft's wooden construction. Again, like its predecessor, it was intended to be able to be powered by a variety of air-cooled engines.
General characteristics
? Crew: One pilot
? Capacity: 1 passenger
? Length: 6.89 m (22 ft 6 in)
? Wingspan: 8.77 m (28 ft 9 in)
? Wing area: 12.9 m? (139 ft?)
? Empty weight: 270 kg (594 lb)
? Gross weight: 500 kg (1,100 lb)
? Rate of climb: 2.4 m/s (480 ft/min
This Turbi for sale was built between 1954 and 1958 by the DeHavilland apprentices at Hatfield. It was built originally with a Walker Micron 2 55horsepower, and in 1969 it was replaced by a Walker Micron 3 65horsepower and also the undercarriage was redesigned. A group at DeHavilland used to fly and maintain it through until 1996. In 1996 the fuselage was recovered and the airframe was checked and found to be in excellent condition. When Hatfield DeHavillands closed in 1996 it was then moved on to a group in Benington Airfield. I purchased it in 1999. It has been maintained in flying condition ever since.
It is a well balanced aircraft and is stable in the air. The fuselage fabric is very good. It has been hangared at all times and this has preserved the condition. It has been well looked after by a qualified engineer .
Some details
Open cockpit, Airframe 1800 hours
Two seats Engine 3 hours
Well balanced
70 knot cruise
Difficult to stall
No flaps
Just easy flying

Currently hangared in Bedfordshire.
I have really enjoyed flying it, but now feel it is time for it to move on to pastures new, as I have a new venture to pursue.

Looking for outright sale or contact me to discuss group share.

Visits can be arranged by appointment.
If you want to ask any questions or need any more details, please give me a call
07565967973 Terry Adams

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Q1 Hello Terry, I am down in Australia but work for a company that does a lot of sea and air freight, so the thought of making these arrangements would not be a deterrant. Two quick questions if I may please: Is your Turbi still for sale? And if so, could you please give me an indication of your asking price? Many thanks Peter Mitchell Perth, Western Australia

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