Posts Tagged ‘360’

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.

O 360 Lycoming just in

Friday, September 26th, 2014

We told you about the

IO 360 L2A from a Cessna 172S

Friday, October 11th, 2013

As discussed previously, we have the Cessna 172S in the shop now, and with it the engine.

It’s a Lycoming IO 360 fuel-injected 180 horse with a fixed-pitch prop as appropriate for this model aircraft; the engine has about 1,940 hours on it. Log books are here and intact.

We’re advertising this engine elsewhere at $22,500.

Lycoming 360 crankshaft and case

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Just in, out of

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).


Continental IO 360s as removed from a Skymaster

Thursday, October 4th, 2012

We’ve got the engines off our earlier-mentioned Cessna 337 Skymaster. Both are in good shape, both factory remans and regularly maintained (which is a fancy way of saying we’ve got the logbooks).

Here’s a LINK $8,300 each, we’ll deal if you buy both.

Call Tim or Alex with any questions.

The flying airplane man

Thursday, May 10th, 2012

It turns out, when you have to unload a Cessna 337 from a trailer, you need to provide a counterweight, or as we like to call our counterweights, “Aaron.”

Here, then, is a picture of Aaron counterweighing a Cessna 337 we just got in, as we unload it into the yard.

In the end, this is a drawn-out way of letting you know we have the 337 in and it has a lot of good parts. Call with your needs.

Cessna 337 Skymaster – on the way

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Yup, just like it says in the headline, a 1964 Cessna 337 Skymaster, the (in)famous push-pull design. This one’s been geared up, but with that said has lots of hard-to-find parts for the 337 owner.

Not in the least are the two Continental 360 engines, non-turbo. The front one fer’ sure had a prop strike, the back one we’re not so sure and will know more when we bring the machine home.

About 4300 hours on the airframe, 900 & 1300 on the engines.

Avionics are King, including KX 155, one with glideslope, and a KLN-90B GPS. Call or contact Tim or Alex to get your name on the list with specific needs. Otherwise keep your eye on the website as we start parting this one out.