Posts Tagged ‘Engine’

Continental O-200A engine for sale

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

Just in, just; out of an older Cessna 150 that went through a barbed wire fence.

1098.49 TSOH in 1992, field; 105.34 since 2010 top overhaul; pull start

$5,900 gets you the engine without accessories, $6,900 gets the engine with accessories. Motor mount extra. Call

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Lycoming O 360 engine for sale

Friday, August 21st, 2015

Lycoming O360-A4K
3028TT, 1036 SMOH by a repair station in 2002, complete logs

Light prop strike, crank dialed at .001 and no flange cracks observed on dye-check.

Continental O470-R for sale

Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

Out of a well maintained

IO 550 from a Cirrus, 0 SOH

Thursday, October 9th, 2014

Yes, that’s correct, we just got this one in. It’s a 550 Continental Platinum Edition IO 550N removed from a Cirrus. We sent it out for overhaul at

O 360 Lycoming just in

Friday, September 26th, 2014

We told you about the

O-200 for project

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

And this just in, off a Cessna 150 we just got in: A Continental O-200A with about 1500 hours and great compression (lowest 72/80) at the last annual. No carb or air pump, starter and clutch not included. Otherwise includes all pieces parts including mags, alternator, remote oil filter adapter, all that. $2,850 /offers, call Alex or Tim.

EDIT: Sold!

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Continental IO 550

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

Getting the word out on this, a injected Continental 550 (IO550-B) we just pulled from a A36 Bonanza.

Good times with 264 since overhaul. We dialed and mic’d the crank and didn’t see any problems.

IO 550 N51 for sale

Friday, November 15th, 2013

Off the front of a SR 22 Cirrus, can include the turbo normalizer kit. We can sell it after running it through a prop strike inspection at an engine shop, or sell it outright. It’s up to you.

We did mic and dye-check the crank and no problems were noted.

Not cheap; call Alex or Tim


Photo 6 io550



A squadron of 188 Cessna for sale

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013



A friend of ours was in a recent transaction which left him with a flock (squadron, fleet, etc.) of rebuilder Cessna 188 -series aircraft. All – about 10 airframes – need rebuild to various degrees to be made airworthy once again.

As this is typed there’s no interest in selling part, it’s an all-or-nothing offering. This does include all the parts, copious wings, engine and engine parts, props, tail feathers, hoppers, all that (additional pictures are HERE).


Here’s some pre- disassemble for transport pictures:


Lycoming O360 A1D

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Sold! Thanks

That Mooney we just flew in has a no prop-strike engine on it (as discussed in the previous post).

The mags were just overhauled, and the oil cooler was replaced recently as well.

Lycoming 180 horse O-360 A1D, field overhaul in ’97, 361 hours ago. Call.

Here’s a (QuickTime) vid of the engine being run (we’ll get some pictures up, but lets not kid ourselves, it looks like an O-360 in a Mooney).