2003 CIRRUS SR22 CENTENNIAL


  • For Sale
  • 2003
  • CIRRUS SR22 CENTENNIAL
  • N8151Y
  • 703
  • Dothan, AL USA

310000 $310,000 USD

David Stock

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  • For Sale
  • 2003
  • CIRRUS SR22 CENTENNIAL
  • N8151Y
  • 703
  • Dothan, AL USA

David Stock

David

General Specs (cont.)

2991

688 SMOH

31 SPOH

1062 lb

Used

2003

2003

BTH

4

Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

2003 Cirrus SR-22 Centennial Edition

Offered for sale is a well loved and maintained special edition Cirrus SR-22, one of just 100 made in the Centennial Edition to commemorate 100 years since the wright brothers flight.  It's finished in special linen colored paint on the airframe and propeller and it has special century of flight decals on the vertical stabilizer. This 2003 Centennial Edition SR-22 has many of the G2 options/upgrades such as 6 point engine mount, platinum engine, Avidyne PFD and MFD, TKS ice protection, etc.

The airplane has Rosen visors, boom-beam landing light upgrade, Whelen LED wingtip position lights and strobes, and brand new solar shades window covers. New #1 alternator in May of 2022 and new Nose gear shock mounts in June of 2022. New door struts in 2021. If the airplane needed something it got it.

The pilot and copilot seat covers were replaced with new Cirrus seat covers in 2018 and still look like new. The carpet still looks great.  Some interior plastics are starting to show a little age (minor fading or a very small crack) but still look very good. The airplane has been hangared since day 1 and the original paint is in good condition.  The windows are clear with no major scratches. There are a few normal paint chips on the leading edges of the cowl, wings, and wheel pants. All bugs are cleaned off after every flight and the paint is still shiny and sleek, but there are a couple minor blemishes from age.  The centennial edition linen color is very classy and appealing and the airplane gets compliments wherever it goes.

I spent approximately $25K in January of 2023; the prop was overhauled (had a leaky blade seal and was already at 6 years-no damage), both Garmin 430Ws were refurbished to like new, a new DFC 90 autopilot was installed, the PFD was replaced by Avidyne (Avidyne Warranty in effect since new and transferable), and new pitot-static and transponder checks were completed. The airplane's avionics also include the Garmin 345 transponder with ADS-B in/out, active traffic, and stormscope / lighting detection. It also has the Garmin audio panel and standard and plane powered headset plugs.  Color radar and lighting are displayed on the 430's. The blue tooth function of the transponder also displays weather and traffic on your iPad.  I have and would fly this airplane anywhere in almost any weather (not thunderstorms or ice). The autopilot is so stable and can fly LPV approaches to minimums with great precision. All of this while flying 160+ KTAS at 12 GPH. This airplane is fast and efficient at 9-12K feet!

This airplane has been in the Southeastern US since new.  I flew with the original owner for years before buying him out and the airplane has had blank check maintenance by an experienced Cirrus maintenance team since new. All logs are complete and continuous with no damage history. The engine is strong and all oil analyses have been perfect with less than 700 hours since major overhaul by a top-notch facility.  Very minimal oil consumption.  The last annual and parachute were completed in October 2023 at the Cirrus Authorized Service Center in St. Augustine, Florida. All ADs and SB are up to date, including the aileron rudder interconnect delete.  New #2 Batteries were installed during CAPS and a brand new #1 battery was installed last week.  Total amount spent on the annual inspection, parachute/rocket, new batteries, new engine driven fuel pump, and discrepancies was just over $34K. So yes I spent $59K in 2023 to upgrade, improve, and/or maintain the avionics, prop, parachute, engine, etc.
Current Hobbs: 2991.3 as of 1/2/24
Engine overhauled by Don George Aircraft Engines in October of 2016 at 2303.1 hours using new cylinders. TSMOH: 688.2
Propeller overhauled by South Coast Propeller in January of 2023 at 2939.8. TSMOH: 51.5
CAPS reefing due Feb 2027, Parachute/rocket due Sep 2033
Annual Due Oct 2024
Xponder and Pitot due January 2025
UL: 1062

Avionics / Equipment

Spent around $25K in January of 2023; the prop was reinstalled after being overhauled (had a leaky blade seal and was already at 6 years-no damage), both Garmin 430Ws were refurbished to like new, a new DFC 90 autopilot was installed, the PFD was replaced by Avidyne (Avidyne Warranty in effect since new and transferable), and new pitot-static and transponder checks were completed. Some may question why I chose to send the 430Ws in to Garmin for new refurbishment rather than replacing them; cost was a small factor but the primary reason was because everything works so well and is easy to use so why take a chance and mess it up.  The airplane's avionics also include the Garmin 345 transponder with ADS-B in/out, active traffic, and stormscope / lighting detection. It also has the Garmin audio panel and standard and plane powered headset plugs.  Color radar and lighting are displayed on the 430's. The blue tooth function of the transponder also displays weather and traffic on your iPad.  I have and would fly this airplane anywhere in almost any weather. An early spring trip to the Midwest included all weather types (to include unforecasted icing at 10,000 feet), but it was no problem as we turned on the TKS ice protection and descended out of it and later dodged storms thanks to the radar and lightning strike detection. Did similar on a trip to Oklahoma City and back and the airplane handled everything like a champ and I had all the data needed to be safe and effective.  The autopilot is so stable and can fly LPV approaches to minimums with great precision. All of this while flying 160+ KTAS at 12 GPH. This airplane is fast and efficient at 9-10k feet!

Airframe

The airplane is owned by my LLC and I'm the sole member and pilot (CFII/MEI).  It's never been used as a trainer and has only been flown by highly experienced pilots its entire life.  I require this sale to be completed using an OKC based title company for our mutual ease and security. Times may vary slightly as I still try to fly every couple weeks

Engines / Mods / Prop

Current Hobbs: 2991.3 as of 1/2/24
Engine overhauled by Don George Aircraft Engines in October of 2016 at 2303.1 hours using new cylinders. TSMOH: 688.2
Propeller overhauled by South Coast Propeller in January of 2023 at 2939.8. TSMOH: 51.5
CAPS reefing line cutters replaced June of 2021 and due replacement February of 2027.
Transponder and Pitot-Static system checks completed January of 2023 and due January of 2025. CAPS completed October 2023 and due Sep 2033.  Annual inspection due October 31, 2024. Useful load is 1062 pounds.

Interior / Exterior

The pilot and copilot seat covers were replaced with new Cirrus seat covers in 2018 and still look like new. The carpet still looks great.  Some interior plastics are starting to show a little age but still look good. The airplane has been hangared since day 1 and the original paint is in very good condition.  The windows are clear with no major scratches. There are a few normal paint chips on the leading edges of the cowl, wings, and wheel pants. All bugs are cleaned off after every flight and the paint is still shiny and sleek, but there are a couple minor blemishes from age.  The centennial edition linen color is very unique and appealing and the airplane gets compliments wherever it goes.  The airplane has upgraded Rosen visors, boom-beam landing light upgrade, new LED wingtip position lights and strobes, and brand new solar shades window covers. New #1 alternator in May of 2022 and new Nose gear shock mounts in June of 2022. New door struts in 2021. If the airplane needed something it got it.

Remarks

someone is going to ask why I'm selling it.  Even though it doesn't really matter what somebody's motivation is, I understand it's normal to want to understand why. The short answer is my free time, work time, and family obligations are not conducive to me flying as much as I want or as much as this airplane deserves. Better to sell it to another pilot who will enjoy flying it and take care of it rather than having it sit in a hangar. I personally believe it to be the best value on the market based on condition, equipment, capabilities, and price.