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Purchased by international buyer that could not get insurance. It is available and price reduced! Delivery available! Garmin 530W, Garmin 330 ADSB, 2 KY 196 Comms, KN53 Nav, fuel computer.
Avionics / Equipment
Garmin 530W and 330 ADSB transponder. KMA24 switch panel, 2 KY 196 coms, KN53 Nav, 400B Navomatic auto pilot with Alt Hold coupled to GPS, Bendix Radar, KT76 Transponder, JPI EDM760 EGT/CHT, fuel computer, Slaved DG, Davitron Digital Timer, PS Engineering PM1000 II Intercom. All of this equipment is working.
This aircraft is currently set up in a trust and is easily transferred to an international buyer. Very low time airframe at 2617 TT. Pressurized and Air Cond. No Damage History reported on Aviation DB by either the FAA or NTSB, 200 Gal fuel, Rosen Visors, VG kit 6290 Gross Wt, Boots in excellent shape, Hot Props, Annual good until 4-1-21, Current IFR check, O2 and heater current and working! New Battery.
Engines / Mods / Prop
Continental Engines TSIO-520-NB
R Ser # 519526 70-70-68-70-70-75 355 SMOH
L Ser# 519410 64-74-70-70-70-68 1214 SMOH
Props: McCauley 734 SPOH
Interior / Exterior
Interior 8/10. All leather, plastics and windows in excellent shape
N8801G was recently purchase by an international buyer who was unable to secure insurance. It is not back on the market at a $10,000 price reduction for a quick sale.
This aircraft was originally purchased new by the Mexican Government to move officials throughout the country until 1995 when it was brought to the US for resale. An extensive annual was done at that time and it has been flying and maintained in the US since.
I recently ferried this aircraft from Oregon to Florida where it is currently held for resale. I was very impressed with how well everything worked on the aircraft including the pressurization, air conditioning, heater and even the fuel gauges. Additionally, I added one quart of oil before I started the trip and added nothing during the 12 hour trip to FL.
This is an amazing aircraft for the money. Take a good look.
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