The Quickie Aircraft Corporation was founded in Mojave, California in 1978 to market the Quickie homebuilt aircraft (models Quickie, Quickie Q2, and Quickie Q200 aircraft) which were designed by Burt Rutan and founders Gene Sheehan and Tom Jewett. Now defunct, the company sold over 2,000 kits in its lifetime.
| ENGINE||1 x Orion, 10kW|
| Take-off weight||220 kg||485 lb|
| Empty weight||110 kg||243 lb|
| Wingspan||5.1 m||17 ft 9 in|
| Length||5.3 m||17 ft 5 in|
| Max. speed||203 km/h||126 mph|
| Cruise speed||195 km/h||121 mph|
| Ceiling||3750 m||12300 ft|
| Range||1320 km||820 miles|
|Rick, flyingjester=windstream.net, 27.03.2013|
I have what I believe to be a quickie kit. possibly a dragonfly. located in Pa email me for pics email@example.com
|Don C, hdlbrgmn1=yahoo.com, 14.08.2012|
Quickie 1 in Idaho on Cl. Accepting offers on this great flying(and in great condition) aircraft.
|dominique, mar.dave=laposte.net, 11.08.2012|
I'm searching a quickie QI to finish
|Konya88, Minze99=googlemail.com, 29.07.2012|
I'm searching a quickie ... Prefer non finished kits but also looking for completed ones...please mail on Minze99@googlemail.com
(Phillip please contact me...)
|Phillip, pwdominique=embarqmail.com, 29.07.2012|
I have a completed Q200 for sale , its at TDZ
|Don C, hdlbrgmn1=yahoo.com, 28.07.2012|
I have a Q1 in Idaho for sale. Has a kawasaki 440 in it. Gettin a top end gasket kit for it next week(just for maintenance. Check the Q-list or Quickie-Heads under classifieds. $7000
|Joel Timmerman, joeltimmerman=hotmail.com, 25.07.2012|
Randy, please provide some contact information, I'm interested in talking to you about your Q1.
|vince chang, hendersonvince=yahoo.com, 18.05.2012|
A 25 HP DIESEL V TWIN FROM CHINA WEIGHS ABOUT THE SAME AS ONAN ENGINE. 110 LBS. LESS FUEL CONSUMPTION , MORE TORQUE, COULD BE SUBSTITUTED FOR THE QUICKIE ONE?
|Randy Weaver, navigator8420=yahoo.com, 07.02.2012|
I have a Rutan Quickie Q1 for sale in NH, complete kit partially built. it will be a great little aircraft.
*Onan engine and kawasaki 440 set-up
|Glenn Morris, glenn=bdeinc.net, 08.06.2011|
I have a partially completed quickie kit for sale. E-mail for details. In New Hampshire. firstname.lastname@example.org
|DAK, mrhornblower67=hotmail.com, 17.03.2011|
I am also interested in your kit, or any info you might have on getting a kit for a Q1.
|Floyd Richey, flyboyfloyd=comcast.net, 12.02.2011|
Howard Sowers, I am interested in your kit. Give me a call at 801 319 2044
|Mark Weaver, dream111=peoplepc.com, 04.01.2011|
I am looking for a well built Quickie Q1 to buy (Flying or under construction). If anyone has one for sale please contact me at the email address provided.
|Mark Wilson, floss.61=hotmail.com, 07.11.2010|
I have been building my Q1 here in Ballarat, Australia. It is difficult to find information about this aeroplane .Just finished painting it and have the Rotax engine fitted. Had to build new engine cowls and modify the canopy housing. Build and fit new fuel tanks but stil have a long way to go. However this is a beautiful looking little aeroplane
|Mike, mbc=lynxexhibits.com, 31.07.2010|
We have one for sale, fully assembled that was taken off flightline and placed in a museum for 20-25 years. It was flying when taken out of service and engine still turns over. We have not tried starting it but everything seems to be in good shape....in case anyone is interested...
|Tim, duffneyt=yahoo.com, 16.04.2010|
Quickie 2 for sale
|Spodman, karrank=pilot.pprune.com, 15.03.2010|
Download the plans here:
Quickie I saw for sale in CL. http://norfolk.craigslist.org/spo/1635019198.html
|Tim Vanhecke, flynfirefighter11=hotmail.com, 25.02.2010|
I am looking for a Quickie Q2 or Q200... unassembled is preferable.. But I will consider a Quickie at any stage of contstruction. I will even consider a completed unit.
|GeoB, gab16=sbcglobal.net, 18.02.2010|
The engine specified above is a typo. It was an Onan engine. The original engine was 18 hp, and had a direct-drive prop. The factory published plans to convert the 18 hp to 22 hp, but they had some problems, I think head gaskets and something else, detonation? They researched a turbocharged Onan but it was not released. The Onan was heavy for its weight. For its size and hp it is stressed very low. It has huge bearings, a very strong crank, but restrictive intake and exhaust.
Do you have any comments about this aircraft ?