1998 SCHWEIZER 300CB


135000 $135,000 USD

  • For Sale
  • 1998
  • SCHWEIZER 300CB
  • N61482
  • 0081
  • Placerville, CA USA

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General Specs (cont.)

4249

380 SFRM

712 lb

Used

Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

1998 Schweizer 300CB, N61482, 4249 TT, 380 SFREM on IO-360 Lyc. w/2000 TBO, KY196A dig. 760ch f/f Com, GX55 GPS, GTX330 txp, more.

Avionics / Equipment

Avionics: 
King KY 196A Digital 760 Channel flip/flop Com
Garmin GX 55 Moving Map GPS
Garmin GTX 330 Transponder (Traffic capable)
Hamilton Vertical Card Compass
Sigtronics SPA 400 Intercom
Dual USB Inputs
Overhead Map Light
Outside Air Temperature Guage
Carb' Temp Gauge

Airframe: 
Underslung Load harness
Inertia Reel Shoulder Harnesses
Wheel Kit for the Skids for ground handling
First Aid Kit
Elastomeric Dampers
Both doors have air vents and openable windows
Extended Exhaust
Landing Light
Skid Protectors
Large Oil Cooler
25 gallons fuel capacity in a single tank

Airframe

4249 Hours Total Time

Engines / Mods / Prop

Engine Time: 380 SFREM on IO-360 Lycoming with 2000 TBO

Blade Times: No Blade has less than 1100 hours remaining

Interior / Exterior

Interior: 
Gray fabric and vinyl seats. Overall very good condition. Rated 9 out of 10.

Exterior: 
Overall original white in excellent condition. The "Bubble" is in like new condition. Overall rated 9+ out of 10.

Remarks

Useful Load: 712 Lbs
Annual Due: September 2019

History: 
This helicopter was used to train heavy helicopter pilots for Timberline Helicopters in Northern Idaho. It has the underslung load harness and the release controls to practice hauling water buckets to fires. I traded it for a late model 182 which they needed for hauling parts and people to and from fire camps. the Schweitzer is now at Placerville and is ready to go. If you want a trailer for it, I have one for another $5,000. The 300CB is the first pure production of the 300 by Schweizer and is powered by a Textron Lycoming HO-360-C1A, 180 hp engine. The 300CB first flew on 28 May 1993, and was certified by the FAA in August 1995. The 300CB can be reconfigured from a two-seat cockpit to a three-seat configuration. While it is still suited for utility and special missions, this aircraft was designed for helicopter training.