Posts Tagged ‘io 360’

2000 Cessna 172S Skyhawk SP on the way

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

Lots, lots and lots of good parts for those of you with the need. This is a late-model airplane, not hurt especially bad after an short-of-runway landing. It includes a King stack (this including two KX 155A radios, and a KT 76C transponder) and a 1,900 hour engine with no prop strike.

We expect to be unloading it tomorrow; call with your needs.

We’ll be putting a picture up tomorrow as well.

Update: It’s here


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.