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WTB: LEGACY RG or L360MKII

Postby ZYA S.KAYA » Thu Dec 31, 2020 7:05 am

Hello
I am looking for good condition affordable L360MKII or LEGACY RG.
Happy New Year
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Re: WTB: LEGACY RG or L360MKII

Postby Gary Weeks » Sun Jan 03, 2021 7:42 pm

Why put my call sign as part of your name..

Who are you and where are you from.
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Re: WTB: LEGACY RG or L360MKII

Postby admin » Sun Jan 03, 2021 7:45 pm

Hi Gary: He is from Turkey. I've been conversing with him about a Legacy and he is discussing ferrying from the US to Europe.
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Re: WTB: LEGACY RG or L360MKII

Postby Gary Weeks » Mon Jan 04, 2021 2:35 am

Ahh Okydokey thanks mate.

The ferry would be very do-able in a Legacy although in the Northern summer I would think. I hope he is able to find a nice machine.

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Re: WTB: LEGACY RG or L360MKII

Postby Paul Miller » Mon Jan 04, 2021 10:28 am

Gary, he mentioned March as a ferry time but I warned him you could easily get stuck for a week or more in any of the locations enroute from Goose to UK. Not to mention the quarantine issues now. UK has a ban on a lot of countries and even technical stops would be problematic with mandatory testing and lodging requirements. Could you leave UK is another question.

However, it would be easy trip flightwise but it would need a good weather window, lots of spare room on the credit cards and hopefully a reliable machine and either a Satphone installation or HF. I am almost certain satphone is accepted on the lower Atlantic routes but you need a good external antenna. My portable was useless in the TBM. Once we mounted the GSR Iridium, it was perfect and I able to call anyone in the world at anytime from anywhere.
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Re: WTB: LEGACY RG or L360MKII

Postby Christian Meier » Tue Jan 05, 2021 12:59 am

ZYA S.KAYA wrote:Hello
I am looking for good condition affordable L360MKII or LEGACY RG.
Happy New Year
Zya S.Kaya

There is a 99% finished but never flown Legacy available in Switzerland at Birrfeld LSZF
Just needs to be test flown and test pilot is available.
The building quality is generally very high on Swiss Kit planes because of requirements of the local authorities.
https://www.aerokurier-markt.de/index.p ... s&offset=0
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Re: WTB: LEGACY RG or L360MKII

Postby Gary Weeks » Tue Jan 05, 2021 2:43 am

Gday guys,

As you mention Paul, getting any kind of ferry happening while we have COVID will be most difficult. Most international borders are either closed or have many restrictions.

The Satphone would be the way to go. We are still a bit antiquated down this way, NZ won’t accept a Satphone so still need HF.

The Legacy you mention Christian may be a great option, and much easier to get to the final destination even if it is not flown there.

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