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Ventus C being "parted-out"

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Old June 13th 21, 12:01 AM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
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Default Ventus C being "parted-out"

My Ventus C didn't survive the last landing. Insurance company totaled it, and I have the remains. What is unusable (without significant repair in my estimation) are;
the wings. The 17.6 Meter wing extensions are completely fine. The Masak winglets are fine. (one has a small crack, easily repaired). The 15 Meter (factory/trailer) tips are fine. The right wing may be able to be repaired, but I wouldn't think the left wing is worth it.

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