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Buckeye Dream Machine


Dream Machine 582


Manufactured in the US, the Dream Machine first flew in 1991. Options included the Rotax 503, instruments and instrument pod. The parachute is 1.1 oz ripstop nylon. Designed by Jack McCormack, the Buckeye is built from dural tubes bolted together.
It was offered as a single or two seater with variour Rotax engines.
Dream Machine 503
The 1998 kit included the engine and propeller for US$13,429.08.


Dream Machine 582

Engine: Rotax 582, 66 hp.
Speed max: 30 mph.
Cruise: 30 mph.
Range: 60 sm.
ROC: 700 fpm.
Take-off dist: 150 ft.
Landing dist: 100 ft.
Service ceiling: 10,500 ft.
Fuel cap: 6 USG.
Weight empty: 300 lbs.
Gross: 700 lbs.
Height: 8 ft.
Length: 9.43 ft.
Wing span: 36.5 ft.
Wing area: 500 sq.ft.
Seats: 2.
Landing gear: nose wheel.


Dream Machine 503
Empty weight: 123 kg
Wingspan: 11.60 m
Wing area: 46.5 sq.m
Fuel capacity: 35 lt
Engine: Rotax 503 DCDI, 52 hp
Seats: 2
Max speed: 52 kph
Cruise speed: 44 kph
Min speed: 23 kph
ROC: 2.5 m/sec
Fuel burn: 16 lt/hr
Kit price (1998): US$10,881





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