There were actually three aircraft constructed:
Both Daedalus 87 and 88 weighed 31 kg (69 lb).
Light Eagle (known to the flight crew as "MLE", or "Emily") set a closed-course distance record with Glen Tremml as the pilot, as well as straight-line, closed-course, and duration women's records with Lois McCallin as pilot. These record flights took place at Edwards AFB in January, 1987.
The record-setting flight of Daedalus 88 had Kanellos Kanellopoulos as pilot. The flight ended in the water (7 meters from Perissa Beach on Santorini, according to the official record), when increasing gusty winds caused a torsional failure of the tail boom. Lacking control, the airplane then pitched nose-up, and another gust caused a failure of the main wing spar. The pilot swam to shore. Much of the wreckage of Daedalus 88 is in storage at the Smithsonian's Garber Restoration Facility. Light Eagle is in storage in Manassas, VA.
Daedalus 87 is on display in the lobby at the Museum of Science, Boston.