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  • 2014 AVIAT HUSKY A-1C

    General Specs

    • For Sale
    • 2014
    • N70MA
    • 3223
    • Mcallen, TX USA


    249900 $249,900 USD

    McCreery Aviation Co., Inc.
    • (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 USD

    General Specs (cont.)


    40 SNEW

    40 SNEW






    Additional Classifications

    Detailed Description

    2014 A-1C-180 N70MA. G500 Glass w/ Garmin 430W, GTX330 Transponder, Aft Stowage, Baggage Door, Tundra's, LED Landing/Taxi Lights, More! Original Eligible for the new Extended Gear! Original MSRP $327k, Now $249,900.

    Avionics / Equipment

    PFD/MFD:  Garmin G500	
    Comm/Nav/GPS: Garmin 430W (WAAS- IFR Cert. for Enroute, Terminal and Approach)	
    Audio Panel/Markers/Intercom: Garmin 340	
    Transponder: Garmin GTX330 (w TIS)
    Altitude Reporter
    ELT: 406 Mhz	
    All 2 Instruments Internally Lighted
    2 Standby Airspeed Indicator
    2 Standby Altimeter
    Cigarette Lighter-type Power Port	
    Pilot and Copilot PTT Switches	
    Aux Power Port at each seat and in panel	
    Bose/Lightspeed Powered Headset Jacks
    Ball-Bank Indicator	
    Engine Analyzer - JPI EDM930 Color with 4 point EGT, CHT, Fuel Flow/Totalizer and Lean Assist
    Baggage Door	
    Front and Rear Shoulder Harness Inertial Reel	
    LED Landing/Taxi Lights with Pulse Feature
    Cockpit Oil Cooler Airflow Control
    Aft Stowage with Left and Right Access Doors
    Rear Heat and Defrost	
    Whelen Strobes and Nav Lights
    Challenger Air Filter	
    Aircraft Lifting Rings (for float installations)
    Cooling Lip	
    26 Tundra Tires (Goodyear)
    Locking Outside and new inside Door Handle	
    70 Amp Alternator
    Vernier Mixture Control	
    B&C Oil Filter
    Dual Overhead Map Lights	
    45 Big Dog decal on tail	
    New Door design with over 11" more entry legroom	
    50 Gallons Useable Fuel"


    40 hours

    Engines / Mods / Prop

    40 Hours- Lycoming O-360A1P
    40 Hours- Harztell 76" Metal

    Interior / Exterior

    Year Interior: 2014
    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.
    Year Painted: 2014
    Paint Scheme- Jetstream: Aristo Blue lower, Insignia White upper, Boston Maroon Stripe, Metallic Gold Trim Stripe
    45" Husky Head on Tail


    Equipped with a Garmin G500 PFD/MFD system powered by the Garmin 430W and a 330 transponder for traffic (TIS) that also features and EZ upgrade to ADS-B, The most cost effective IFR panel of all the combinations offered by Aviat for factory installation. The G500 package offers the most space for long-legged pilots of any Husky instrument panel, with extra knee clearance under the panel and almost 2 FULL INCHES of extra knee room under the prop and mixture controls.
    Contact us for other options that we can both save you money on and field install- such as the many other prop options including the newest, high-performance 2-blade 80" Hartzell True Composite prop, the super smooth and great-looking 3-blade MT, the super lightweight 2-blade MT Ultra, or just sticking with the standard 76" prop- we've flown 'em all. And we can advise you on the best tire combo for your particular situation.- but the 26" Goodyear Tundra's and standard tailwheel are perfect for on- and light-to-medium off-airport use.
    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. 
    WIth the new shock-absorbing landing gear, this Husky has a 2250 lb. GTOW (up from 2200 for the non-shock A-1C's) giving this 180HP Husky a useful load of around 850 lbs as-equipped.
    Inspection Status:
    Annual Due: August, 2019
    IFR Due: October, 2019