Posts Tagged ‘airplane’

Cessna 150 project plane

Friday, February 16th, 2018

No logs, includes engine and prop, shows 0.56 on the tach and 4553.7 on the Hobbs. Prop is straight. Straight, apart for transport, sold as-is.

Offers, call – 501-745-6550

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Project airplane – Cessna 172 taildragger conversion

Friday, February 16th, 2018

Selling as is, a fixer-upper.

1956 Cessna 172; 3946.3 TTAF, 195.9 TSOH, 1.2 since May 2017 annual. Left gear came out and got the left wing tip as it came to a stop (see the pictures). It did get the prop. Apart, ready for transport.

Taking offers 501-745-6550

 

 

Zenith CH701 project for sale

Monday, June 6th, 2016

Sold! Thank you.

A rough airplane with a lot of good parts. Zenith CH 701, 45 TTAF andĀ  Jabiru 2200A engine. A rough landing and the nose gear folded back, catching the prop, with some damage on the left side of the airplane, and, of course, the noseĀ (see pictures).

We have the receipts in hand for when the components were purchased, and log books. Apart for transport.

$9,800 as-is, won’t last long; call for Will

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Above picture is prior to transport tear-down

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Low time 1984 Maule M-6-180 project for sale

Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

Sold! Thank you

1967 Cherokee 180 for sale

Monday, January 19th, 2015

Sold and gone; thank you!

1965 172 F model — Fly it home!

Friday, September 9th, 2011

Right here, new to the family, a Cessna 172 ready to fly home, in annual, includes GPS. Details at the LINK

 

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1964 Cherokee PA 28-150

Monday, May 16th, 2011

Heading this way, in fact it’s just up the road from us: Clean ol’ airplane, looks like it pulled the nose gear off on landing. Old radios but the O-320-E2A has about 684 hours on it, against a 3,700 hour airframe. Should be lots of nice parts; expect it here in about a week or so.

Pietenpol fuseladge

Monday, April 11th, 2011

Far be it from us to tell anyone how to conduct their affairs, but if you’re a restaurant, (not “you” so much as if you represent a restaurant) and are looking for a small airplane as part of your interior decor, have we got a deal for you.

This is a Pietenpol, it’s light (a bit lighter than

Project airplanes

Friday, May 21st, 2010

Oh yeah, we’ve got a few. The one I’m thinking is the easiest rebuild is the Grumman which should not take much to get back in the air.

The two Bonanza project, while a little more complex to rebuild (which only makes sense, being more complex airplanes) are sitting down there looking for a home.

Make an offer, we’ll listen.