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Scheibe SF-25C 2 place - side by side seating Motorglider for sale.

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Old July 23rd 17, 09:50 PM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
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Default Scheibe SF-25C 2 place - side by side seating Motorglider for sale.

Rebuilt in Germany. Excellent condition. 4 cylinder VW engine. East maintenance.

Shut the engine down and go soaring. Great for low cost landing training. (No tow fee) and you can do several pattern and landings in a short time.

Experimental Perfect for club training.

Introduce off field landings at low risk and low cost. Always in a hangar.

Based at Ridge Soaring Gliderport, Pennsylvania.


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