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On or about May 22nd, this beautiful aircraft, N582VB was dismantled and stolen from a locked hangar at the Richland Airport, Richland Center, WI. The N-numbered ELSA Root tube is # 0927, it has a 582 Rotax 167 TT, Large Radiator, 12 Gallon fuel tank, Ceramic coated Lifetime Muffler, 3-blade Warp Drive Prop, Full instrumentation, strobes, Cessna-150 tires on 6"Azusa Rims, Clear coated tailfeathers. Randy is a high school teacher, and uses this aircraft for summer aviation courses. Please help him bring this homesick bird back home. If you have any info, please contact the Richland County Sherriff's dept. at 608-647-2106. • Contact Randy G. Ketola, Owner - located Richland Center, WI USA • Telephone: 608-647-9818 •
The Cheetah XLS which was Certified Light Sport since September 17th, 2009 now has the #2 aircraft certified in the US.
The aircraft is currently available to the Buena Vista Flying club. Contact us if you are interested in learning how to fly in this aircraft.
Contact Midwest Sport Aviation, LLC for more information on the aircraft or for information about Buena Vista Flying Club.
Please visit us at at US Sport Aviation Expo on January 20th - January 23rd of 2011 in Sebring Florida. On Saturday the 22nd, the aircraft will be on the grounds but we will not be present in observence of the Sabbath.
The Cheetah XLS is a Light Sport Certified Aircraft as of September 17th, 2009.
Contact Midwest Sport Aviation, LLC for more information on the aircraft.