Here is a near-new Duzi R5 Nova helicopter. This is made in a small shop in the Czech Republic, and is really a work of art. It is 99% metal and carbon, with an intricate planetary gear transmission. I purchased this helicopter used from the original owner because I always wanted one, but my kids are more interested in cars, so I am looking to go in a different direction. This is a flybarred helicopter, but it will still fly aggressively with the included motor. In terms of fit and finish, with elegant design, this is probably the nicest small helicopter ever made. Read about it here:http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=780961
Includes(taken from the original ad): Mega 16/25/3 motor, Jeti Spin 44 ESC. JR DS3421 on the cyclic and DS3500 on the tail with a CY Mini G gyro. AR7000 Spktrum RX. 350mm KOK Carbon Main Blades, CY Carbon tail blades. Fiberglass Canopy. Huge assortment of spare NIP parts- Pushrods, linkages, screw set, spare KOK Carbon blade set, landing gears, fin, 2 sets of Duzi handcrafted tail blades, Torque tube, tail boom, 2 main shafts, feathering shaft and more.
The graupner reciever pictured is not included, but I will include the AR7000.
The heli is in excellent condition with the following issues: (1) The canopy was cracked on its way to me, so it has been stripped and repaired and is ready for paint. (2) One of the inner side frames was slightly tweaked when I got it. My guess is someone tried to remove the tailboom without remembering to first remove the boom support. I have straightened the frame, and you probably would not notice if I didn't tell you. (3) I modified the wiring of the CY Mini G slightly to clean it up since I did not intend to use the external gyro programmer. (4) The heli will need a once over before you fly it, as I have not flown it myself.
The spares alone are worth hundreds. I think $750 is a steal for this heli as there is nearly 2K in it, but I am always open to offers.
Please let me know if you have any questions. Sorry for the inverted photos, can't figure out how to fix.