FS: Sig Seniorita and Falcon 56 in southern NJ.

I have a Sig Seniorita close to ready to fly. I built it and flew it twice with help at the field, it was never crashed. I comes with most of what you will need to fly. I have a starter, fuel pump, glow plug thing that will go with it. It has a Futaba Conquest FM radio on 38 with AMA certification and an OS Max .30 RC with little time on it.

I built the plane and I do a pretty good job at it, I know how to keep them light and make sure they are glued together for best structure. The plane flew great on the first flight, the only change needed was moving the control throws. Currently, the only problem with the plane is one minor poke through the monocoat on the fuselage which would be a quick easy fix, except I dont have any monocoat to patch it with.

I coated it with yellow because of how well a beginner can see the plane, I had a lot of problems with depth of field and needed all the help I could get. If you are looking for a beginners plane this one is Great! It has a light wing loading and can just putt putt around the sky real slow that is why I switched from the Falcon 56.

Here are some pictures of it:


I am asking $250 ( I am guessing it would cost $500 to buy and assemble one like this today).

Pick up only near Atlantic City, NJ (2 miles from exit 36 GSP)

I also have a Falcon 56 air frame. It will need all the hardware, engine, and radio as I used them to make the Seniorita. It is set up for 3 channel and I will include an aleron wing that I did not build. I flew this one like 10 times, but it was kind of fast to learn on that is why I bought the Seniorita.

I am asking $50 for this one.

Pick up only.

These planes are in the way of house renovations and my other hobby (car restoration) and I am afraid of hurting them so I would like to get them out of the house.

Trades considered for Model A Ford parts.

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