Posts Tagged ‘airplane parts’

About that Bonanza

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

We have this Bonanza. It’s an old one, really clean, with lots of cool mods. We were looking to sell it as a project, as when we got it the E-225 engine and hydraulic prop had been removed.

A 1950 B35, the small-tail model so it doesn’t have the tail AD note wrap-around (Bonanza buffs will know what I’m talking about).

That was then, this is now.

So, need any Bonanza parts? Maybe off one with a couple tons of D’Shannon mods, including panel, forward battery, gap seals, all that cool stuff? Good tail, good flight controls, good wings? Just a clean ol’ airplane that that guy who writes the blog hates to see part out, but who has to face the realities of the contemporary market?

King Silver Crown, including at least one KX-155, decent-to-nice interior, just lots of good stuff.

Give us a call.

Just in: 1981 Cessna 172 P model

Monday, January 9th, 2012

Just got it today and wanted to spread the word: A 1981 Cessna 172 P model. Has just over 6,800 hours on the airframe and 1,500 hours on the Lycoming O-320-D2J engine.

Radios include the TKM MX 385 slide-in replacements for the Cessna ARC 300 -series Nav/Coms, and a KN 64 King DME

It’ll be a little bit before we get this one apart and in inventory on our website. In the meantime: Call with your needs.









Cessna 140 parting out

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

As should be obvious to even the most casual observer, we’re past the half-way point in parting out the Cessna 140 we got in last summer. It went over on its back after a ground loop, but overall has lots of good, if not hard to find, parts. Call with your needs as it’ll be a little bit before we get all the parts up on the website.

Just got a Cessna 310D in

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

Yup, it’s about what you think, a Cessna 310, was upright on the gear when we first got to it. It had been driven through a fence when, get this “Attempted theft by unknown person. Realized they didn’t know how to fly and went through a barbed wire fence.”

Yup, hard to top that. The prop blades are straight — as is most of the airplane — but the blades do have some chewed-up spots on them, obviously from the fence.

Other pieces-parts coming. It does have some Garmin gear in it including a 340 switch panel (no 430, no need to ask) and a lot of nice parts on what appears to be a well cared-for airplane. Call/Email with your needs.


Complete S-TEC 60-2 autopilot

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

We pulled this out of a Cessna 182L and have the compete, full, all-of-it item on our website.

This includes the GPSS and autotrim options, and even includes the control wheel kit, manuals, the whole shooting match.

I’m not saying we’re ready to make a deal on this, but we’re not above making a deal on this (call Alex).

One more thing: We

Cessna 140, 1946 model

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

Just got this in, and are ready to start parting it out: A Cessna 140 with the C-85 engine after going over on its back when a landing went wrong. Nicely equipped and appointed, including the Icom radio, Cleveland brake set up, gear extenders, all the stuff people ask about. Call with your needs.










Cessna Turbo 210 parting now

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

We just got in this ’77 Cessna T 210 L model, which went down on it’s nose but is otherwise in good shape. More info to follow, but with so many looking for late-model T210 parts we wanted to get the word out.

Continental O-200A

Monday, June 13th, 2011

We just got a Cessna 150 this morning which has the Continental O-200A engine in it, a low time one.

The good news: Low time, well less than 400 hours.

The bad news: Bent crank (due to prop strike).

First come, first serve; we’ll have it on the website later this week, but blog readers are getting first shot. We’ll work on getting pics up today or soon — depending on how the phone treats us.

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.

Cessna 150 in now

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

So just in as to be fresh off the trailer, a 1967 Cessna 150. We purchased it from someone planning to rebuild it, but found the task more daunting than they realized. The wings? The tail? Forget about it. The engine? The prop? Actually some good news here.

Looking like 2,400 hours, but it’s a complete O 200 Continental engine. We’ll ship it as we unbolt it from the mounts.

Other stuff: The cabin looks decent, with good seats, and check this: Madaras Super Tips, the droop tips of some