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PROJECT FOR SALE- SOLD!

Friday, May 31st, 2019

172N Tailwheel Conversion

N739ME Aircraft Description: Tailwheel Converted Cessna 172N, Serial # 17270644

Incident Description: Ground loop during high-speed taxi

Airframe Total Time: 1878.6

Engine: Lycoming O-320-H2AD, Serial # RL-3705-76T. 401.6 hours since factory overhaul by Textron/Lycoming on 9/21/1994

-No Prop Strike

Propeller: McCauley Fixed pitch 1C160 DTM7557

Avionics:

– RT-385A

-NAV/COM (with glide scope)

– RT-385A

– NAV/COM

– Cessna Audio Panel

– RT-385A Transponder

– The Garmin item is NOT a radio. It was placed there to determine panel space for a future panel upgrade.

1947 Luscombe 8E

Thursday, October 25th, 2018

Project Aircraft For Sale

1947 Luscombe 8E

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$8,950

We have parted this aircraft out; call with your needs.

This vintage 1947 Luscombe needs to be re-built, the damaged is localized and does not venture far from the belly. The landing gear is a total loss causing belly, firewall and prop damage. The empennage is in great condition.

Engine

  • Continental C-85-12F
  • 269.7 SMOH
  • Prop Strike

Airframe

  • 2102.3 TT
  • Ground Loop Damage

Avionics

  • Garmin GMA340
  • Garmin GTX327
  • Garmin 496 mount
  • Valcom 760


FOR SALE: 2011 Jabiru J230-SP

Thursday, October 4th, 2018

*Sold*

PROJECT AIRCRAFT FOR SALE

N748J 2011 Jabiru J230-SP

SOLD

  • GARMIN SL40 COMM
  • GARMIN GTX 327 TRANSPONDER
  • KANNAD 406 ELT
  • MFD
  • PM 1000II Intercom
  • 351 HRS TSN (engine & airframe)
  • Engine: Jabiru 3300A

 

Accident: aircraft ran off the end of the runway on take-off

Damage

  • light fiberglass damage to the left wing leading edge
  • Prop strike
  • nose gear missing
  • cowling damaged

 

FOR SALE: 1966 PA28-140

Thursday, October 4th, 2018

N7495R Cherokee 140

FOR SALE     25,500

Avionics

  • GARMIN GNC 250XL
  • Bendix/King KLX 135A
  • GARMIN aera 500 series dock
  • King KT76 Transponder

Features

  • Beautiful Blue paint in great condition
  • Neat and clean interior and instrument panel
  • Upgraded Piper Yokes
  • Intercom System
  • TTAF 2913.9

Engine

  • Lycoming 0-320
  • TTSMOH 1368.8
  • Alternator upgrade
  • AeroTech lightweight Starter

 

 

 

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

 

 

1969 Cessna Cardinal 177A for sale

Friday, September 15th, 2017

1969 Cessna Cardinal 177A – 4377 TTAF, 550 SMOH – factory; prop 156 SOH; two MX300 Nav/Com, RT 359A Transponder, static/transponder in 2005. Horton STOL.

180hp Engine

Hangar kept by meticulous owner since 2005. Tinted sun visors, Brackett air filter, heated pitot, windshield in 1997, lightweight starter, clean airplane. Roomy, comfortable, economical cross-country machine (owner plans at about 9 gph). Fixed pitch prop and fixed gear lowers maintenance hassle and operating cost.

$49,500

 

Cessna Cardinal 177B for sale – Loaded! Clean!

Friday, May 5th, 2017

1972 Cessna 177B Cardinal 2,350 TTAF  149 TSReman 149 TSProp overhaul; loaded with STCs and mods, hangar kept, professionally flown and maintained. This is the cleanest, most loaded Cardinal anywhere.

$119,000  Sold! Thank you!

Engine: 149 since remain, changed to dual mag engine, dual impulse coupling, K&N air filter, Airwolf air-oil separator, Powerflow tuned exhaust, Skytec starter, new vacuum pump at reman, oil filter adapter, Plane Power alternator, JPI 930 engine monitor, prop overhaul at engine replacement.

Autopilot: S-TEC 30 autopilot with GPSS and Altitude hold, tail cone speed fairing,

Avionics: Dual Garmin 430 WAAS, XM, Aspen PFD, PMA 7000 audio panel, Artex ELT ME4096 with dash remote installed, pilot and co-pilot PTT switch in yoke,

External accesories: All LED lights, including taxi, AEVO nav lights and beacon,  tail cone speed fairing, Fancy Pants landing gear fairings, Monarch fuel caps

Interior: BAS-TSO Shoulder harness system, custom cardinal-motif upholstery with new plastics, Door Steward gas cylinder, left and right doors, pilot secondary seat stop, Aerostop seat stops left and right seat, Rosen visors, pilot and co-pilot vent windows, Soros Airflow Cabin air enhancement Kit, wired for Artic Air electric AC with panel mounted controls.

All the paperwork is in place for the STCs, 337s for every mod, current annual. This is an exceptionally nice airplane.

Clean 2012 Cessna 172R with G1000 panel

Friday, July 8th, 2016

2012 Cessna 172R, 1366 TTAF, 1366 TTSNew on IO 360 Lycoming engine and McCauley prop

Garmin G1000

Two high-resolution  XVGA screen glass panel

Altitude heading reference system

Solid state Air Data Computer (ADC)

Solid state 3-axis Magnetometer

Electronic engine indicator system (EIS)

Dual nav/com

Digital audio panel with audio playback

Dual IFR enroute approach-certified GPS

Backup airspeed, altimeter and artificial horizon

Factory 26G seats, vertical and horizontal adjustment

Airbag seat harnesses

Fully adjustable crew seats

Fresh sheepskin front seats

Four-place intercom

Rear cup holders

Tri-level ventilation

Fresh July 2016 annual

Rosen visors

Refueling steps and handles

Dual hinged windows

Epoxy corrosion proofing

Acoustic cabin soundproofing

Heated pitot

Hour meter

Careful, documented maintenance history

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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 and  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 nose (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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