Built originally as the Britten -Norman Nymph BN3 ( G-AXFB). First flown in 1969.
The NAC-1 Freelance is a genuine low hours ,lightly used Prototype from a Universally respected British Company...
This aircraft was then re-manufactured as the famous NAC1" Freelance".Prototype, emerging from the Isle of Wight factory as serial number 001.In 1984.Now sporting a longer fuselage,folding wings and a Lycoming 180 hp engine.
She is one of only two examples flying in the world today.(although there are another 5 unassembled examples currently in storage in the UK.
She is a rugged 4 seat, short field performer with very low AF and Eng. hours.She has a fantastic Garmin Avionics fit.The wings can be folded back in the horizontal pane to aid cheaper hangarage.or storage.Also this aircraft can be shipped world-wide without dismantling.
She comes with the original Pilots Operating Manual, a bespoke weather proof cover,a set of factory original mainwheel spats and easy to maintain Cessna and piper undercarriage components with Cleveland disc brakes. We have all the original Blueprints from the designer: Extensive history includes period brochures,photographs and press coverage from the BN3 onwards. Also documents and photographs illustrating her re- emergence as the Freelance in 1984......
There are spare windscreens and a selection of airframe parts in storage in the UK..
A Unique opportunity.