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HISTORY

  • Introduced in 1985, the Lancair 235 was an amateur-built aircraft kit. The 235, like its sister model 200, were designed to have a more aesthetically pleasurable appearance than most general aviation aircraft. Designed by Lance Neibauer and produced in Redmond, Oregon, the 235 was made of composite materials.
  • While the 200 and 235 kits are no longer being produced, 59 kits total were manufactured while the company was still in business.

 

SPECIFICATIONS

Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Lancair
Year: 1989
Model: Lancair 235
Registration Number:
Serial Number: 
Crew: 1
Max T/O Weight:  1, 400 lb.
Span: 23 ft. 6 in.
Length: 20 ft. 0 in.
Height:
Maximum Speed: 180mph
Cruise Speed: 160 mph
Rate of Climb: 1,300 ft/min
Power Plant: 1 x 100hp Lycoming O-235, 4-cylinder air-cooled piston engine
Range: 1,000 miles
Service Ceiling:
Armament: none

 

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