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  • 2012 AVIAT HUSKY A-1C


    General Specs

    • For Sale
    • 2012
    • AVIAT HUSKY A-1C
    • N92MA
    • 3158
    • Mcallen, TX USA

     

    249900 $249,900

    McCreery Aviation Co., Inc.

    http://www.mccreeryaviation.com
    • (956) 686-1774
    • (956) 357-2993
    • Fax: (425) 871-7981
    • Jim Taylor

      Mcallen Miller Intl Airport

      Mc Allen, TX 78505 USA


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    249900 $249,900



    General Specs (cont.)

    367

    367 SNEW

    257 SNEW

    Used

    2012

    2012

    IFR

    2

    Additional Classifications


    Detailed Description

    2012 Husky A-1C. N92MA. Cover aircraft for the November 2012 Plane and Pilot and the feature article.
    
    Absolutely loaded- Garmin G500 w/GTN750, 330 txp, SL30 NavComm, GDL69A XM Wx/Music, beautiful paint colors and scheme, LED landing/taxi lights, 3 blade prop, 26" tires, lots and lots more!!!!

    Avionics / Equipment

    PFD/MFD: Garmin G500	
    Comm #1: Garmin GTN 750
    Nav #1: Garmin GTN 750
    GPS: Garmin GTN750 with WAAS- Certified for enroute, terminal and approaches with NOAA Chart Display	
    Comm #2: Garmin SL30
    Nav #2: Garmin SL30	
    Audio Panel/Marker Beacon/Intercom:	Garmin GMA 35
    Weather/XM Radio: Garmin GDL69A	
    Transponder: Garmin 330 with TIS and Altitude Reporter
    Cigarette Lighter-type Power Port
    2 Electric Attitude w/ Separate Power Supply
    2 Standby Airspeed Indicator
    2 Standby Altimeter
    All 2 Instruments Internally Lighted
    ELT: 406Mhz
    Pilot and Copilot PTT Switches	
    Aux Power Port at each seat and in panel	
    Bose/Lightspeed Powered Headset Jacks
    Engine Analyzer - JPI EDM930 Color with 4 point EGT, CHT, Fuel Flow/Totalizer and Lean Assist
    
    First year for the Shock-Absorbing Landing Gear!	
    New for 2012 2250 Lb. GTOW!
    Reiff Engine Heater	
    Oil Cooler Airflow Control Valve- New for 2012!
    Baggage Door	
    Aft Stowage with Left and Right Access Doors
    Front and Rear Shoulder Harness Inertial Reel	
    Powerflow Exhaust System
    Cooling Lip	
    26 Tundra Tires (Goodyear)
    Locking Outside and new inside Door Handle	
    70 Amp Alternator
    Vernier Mixture Control	
    B&C Oil Filter
    Right and Left Hand LED Landing & Taxi Lights 
    Pulse Lights
    Dual Overhead Map Lights	
    Aircraft Lifting Rings (for float installations)
    Whelen Strobes and Nav Lights	
    Fiberglass Engine Cooling Lip
    New Door design with over 11? more entry legroom
    50 Gallons Useable Fuel

    Airframe

    367 Hours Total Time Since New

    Engines / Mods / Prop

    367 Hours Total Time Since New- Lycoming O-360 180HP
    257 SNew Prop- Converted from 2 Bld Hartzell to 3 Bld MT

    Interior / Exterior

    2012-Black Fabric Front and Rear Seats with Oregon Aero Form-Fitting Seat Foam. Varnished Teak and Holly Wood Floors in the Pilot and Baggage areas.
    
    2012-Paint Scheme: Ridgeline. Colors: Base- Peril Yellow, Trim- Dakota Black, Accent-Pontiac Red. 45" Big Dog on Tail.

    Remarks

    Many extras and upgrades- The newest of the new- Garmin GTN750 powering a G500, Garmin remote audio panel, 330 transponder, GDL69A weather and XM radio receiver. 
    
    26" tires, aft stowage with L/R doors, baggage door, LED landing and taxi lights, rear seat heat and defrost, 3 blade MT Prop, Powerflow Tuned Exhaust System, rear inertial reel shoulder harness, lots more.
    
    This aircraft is eligible to have Aviat’s newly certificated Extended Landing Gear fitted to it- landing gear that moves the MLG tires forward 2”, down 4” and has a 12” wider stance. This makes what was already a very stable aircraft while on the ground even more so. The additional track dramatically increases lateral stability and decreases the chance of dragging a wingtip during a groundloop. Moving the MLG forward 2” means the Husky can withstand more aggressive braking without the worry of a  nose over, and the longer gear legs puts the wing at a higher angle of attack, shortening the takeoff roll even more and providing more prop clearance over the stock gear. 
    
    Annual Due: May, 2019
    IFR Due: January, 2020