Every now and then we are given the opportunity to market a truly spectacular aircraft. This Aerospool WT-9 Dynamic is such a craft. The airplane is not only a stunning and highly successful model of LSA, but this particular airplane is worthy of center stage at any airshow competition in the world. N767BH was assembled from factory built major components by Dynamic Aerosport of Sellersburg, IN. This company is managed by Brad Hood, a well-known and respected classic warbird pilot and restorer, who has won 3 Oshkosh Grand Champion awards for the restoration of a Thunderbolt and 2 Corsairs. The Slovakian manufacturer Aerospool has many years of experience in the engineering, design and production of carbon fiber and composite glider structural components, and they designed the WT-9 Dynamic to set a global standard as the finest Light Sport Aircraft available. The airplane is not only strong and capable, but its lines are stunningly beautiful, and it is a joy to fly. The aircraft has been in production for over 12 years and over 500 airplanes have been delivered worldwide.Dual Instruction, Export and Worldwide Delivery are Available.All Trades Considered.No Damage HistoryImmaculate and Comprehensive Original Maintenance and Construction LogsAssembly and First Flight Completed May 2012 Wingspan 29.2 Feet Wing Aspect Ratio 7.82Aircraft Length 21 FeetEmpty Weight 660lbsMaximum Takeoff Weight 1212 lbsUseful Load 552 lbsTakeoff Distance 610 FeetRate of Climb 1200 fpmStall Speed with Flaps 32 mphMaximum Cruise Speed 139 mphLanding Distance 600 FeetVne 174 mph Fuel Capacity 20 Gallons Rotax Model 912ULS 100 Horse PowerSerial Number 6.778.42195 Total Hours Since NewThrottle QuadrantCarburetor HeatMirror Polished Stainless Steel FirewallWoodcomp SK200B 3 Blade Scimitar PropellerBlade Serial Number 27051Dynamically Balanced June 2012Call Steve Feldman at AirplanesUSA! (847) 331-3133
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