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Graupner Hornet 250 $350.00 BRAND NEW!!!

Graupner Hornet 250 $300.00 BRAND NEW!!! TRADE...? Looking for a Eflite Timber RTF


Expertly built, no assembly required
Integrated S1019 GR-18C receiver and flight controller
Selectable flight modes (beginner to expert)
Auto Flip in attitude mode
Receiver with out-of-the-box built-in telemetry: RX volt, Main Volt, RF signal strength, RX temperature
Warning notifications of battery level, radio range and temperature
Over the air access for copter setup with optional SmartBox
No computer or setup boxes needed to configure or operate
High resolution FPV camera with selectable tilt angle
FPV 5.8GHz 25mW Transmitter
Powerful, lightning fast response Graupner Ultra 2806 2300Kv motors
Graupner high performance copter C-Props
High-frequency switching Graupner ONESHOT performance ESC s
Digital servo for crisp rudder response
Heavy-duty aluminum carrying case for radio, copter and equipment transport
Vibration-free carbon camera mount
High-intensity in-flight switching LED light system


Hornet 250 FPV Tri-Copter RTF
FPV 700 TVL camera and video transmitter
MZ-10 COPTER Radio
110-220V battery charger and power cable
Extra set of C-Props
Graupner 3S 1500 mAh LiPo battery
Heavy-duty aluminum carrying case for radio, copter and equipment transport

$300.00 Firm! Paypal or Cash and Carry, No Money Orders or checks! Buyer pays shipping (Battle Creek Mi.)

Looking for a Eflite Timber RTF... I will trade someone this Tri-Rotor straight up. The Timber costs around $250.00 New where this Tri-Rotor sells for $469.00 New from Graupner. I am a true "Planker" and although I like these this one is a bit too fast for my flying style. So before I get tempted... and destroy it I would rather trade it or sell it...


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Hello Mudman1959

I recently came across your post about your Catalina you are building and the post about your time in Peru.

I am a LeTourneau Historian with the R.G. LeTourneau Museum and Archives in Longview. I am specifically researching all the aircraft owned and used by LeTourneau. Do you have photos of aircraft owned by LeTourneau that you would share?