Posts Tagged ‘project’

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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As stored at our facility

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

Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

Sold! Thank you

1967 Cessna 172 salvage for rebuild or parts

Wednesday, February 11th, 2015

Sold and gone; thank you!

A squadron of 188 Cessna for sale

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

188s

 

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).

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Here’s some pre- disassemble for transport pictures:

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Cessna 140 stripped down and for sale

Friday, December 30th, 2011

We’ve finished stripping down the Cessna 140 spoken of just recently

Cessna 188 Ag-Husky T188C project

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

Just in, just out back, a Ag Husky.

Engine failure in flight led to an off-airport landing. Damage to left gear and carry-through area, as well as wrinkling in the wings. The engine is shot: A connecting rod went through the case. But the prop, while certainly due overhaul, doesn’t show any apparent damage.

Otherwise fairly nice with SATLOC, full panel, all that.

More pictures will follow.

Shows 5725 TTAF; 1193.8 TSOH engine and 2204 TSOH prop.

$42,000

RV-8 Project

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011

We’re not kidding: An RV-8, about 450 hours since NEW everything when it got caught in a windstorm. Minor damage to wings and forward canopy and metal between canopy and cowl. An easy

1978 Cessna Ag Husky

Monday, May 9th, 2011

We just got our hands on this and expect it will sell as a project airplane.

1978 Cessna Ag Husky, had an in-flight engine fail followed by landing in a field. Took some damage,