• For Sale
  • 2008
  • N6808C
  • Not Listed
  • Santa Fe/Las Vegas, NM USA

285000 $285,000 USD
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  • For Sale
  • 2008
  • N6808C
  • Not Listed
  • Santa Fe/Las Vegas, NM USA

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Detailed Description

Sportsman II 2+2.  One owner-builder from factory 'Two weeks to taxi' program. 
Note from the Broker; I just sold a really nice Czech Sport after months of talking to folks who wanted a perfect plane for nothing. It sold, went to Florida, the new owner LOVES it and has had zero issues.   
This Sportsman is even better; it has NO issues, is complete, dry, beautiful and ready to fly.  Folks keep asking questions that in reality would never have anything to do with the joy of owning this plane: who cares what the GDL92 i connected to? .  It's a real life, like new gem. Fly into Santa Fe from Denver, Dallas, Houston on any of many flights.  The plane is 100 yds. from the terminal. 

Here are the specs:  
222 hours total time, airframe and engine.  No damage, all logs. No issues, no 'back story' of why it has a new prop!  This plane is an understated eye catcher.  Coordinated paint/interior color by well known designer. 
Full Advanced digital PFD/MFD panels,GNS 430 WAAS, additional Garmin 696 with traffic from full in/out ADSB. 
TruTrak autopilot w altitude pre-select and climb rate, Garmin GMA 340 audio panel, Garmin SL 40 #2 comm and  430 GPS Comm/nav for full 'IFR' functionality. Garmin ILS/CDI indicator. Garmin XPNDR ADSB. 
Co-pilot side digital MFD.  Yoke mounted 'Chinese hat' trim and PTT.  Standby Artificial Horizon and Altitude. 
One mans dream airplane but age comes for all and this is the reason for sale.  
Hangared since new in a clean, dry, heated New Mexico hangar.
Price is at mid-market fair value and despite a slow economy, newer planes are APPRECIATING.  Many expect the spring to bring another ramping up of aircraft prices.  They just don't roll off the assembly line like cars and trucks; supply is limited and overseas customers are discovering the value of many previously overlooked aircraft....like this one.

Avionics / Equipment

Advanced PFD/MFD x 2,  Garmin 696 w/ ADSB full In/Out. Weather, Traffic.  
Garmin 430 Audio panel, #2 Comm. 
Standby flight instrumentation.


Paint shows as new.  
No damage.  
Fiberglass fuselage, metal wings and control surfaces.
Tundra Tires, Trike Gear w/ wheel fairings. 
Bruce's Canopy Cover,
October 2022 annual thorough annual.

Engines / Mods / Prop

IO-360 180 HP.   222 hours since new. 
No issues.

Prop 222 hours.   Minor leading edge wear but overall excellent condition.

Interior / Exterior

Grey leather in excellent condition.  
Headliner, side panels etc show as new.


The owner built this aircraft and has cherished and cared for it.  There are no back stories of why the prop was replaced:  it was not!  
Regular maintenance by owner with professional guidance from a well known, respectable shop and one IA mechanic with no expense spared.  
We are asking a mid-market price as this ship has no excuses and is ready to fly away on it's next adventure.  Tail Wheel kit is available. 
Float kit is available from factory and may be installed.  

Specifications Sportsman 2+2
Data from Glasair website:
General characteristics

Crew: one
Capacity: three passengers
Length: 23 ft 0 in (7.01 m)
Wingspan: 35 ft 0 in (10.67 m)
Height: 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m) on conventional landing gear
Wing area: 131 sq ft (12.2 m2)
Aspect ratio: 9.1:1
Empty weight: 1,350 lb (612 kg) (typical)
Gross weight: 2,350 lb (1,066 kg) on wheels
Fuel capacity: 50 US gallons (189 litres)
Powerplant: 1 × Lycoming IO-360 , 180 hp (130 kW)
Propellers: 2-bladed Hartzell constant-speed propeller

Maximum speed: 167 mph (269 km/h, 145 kn) TAS at Sea Level
Cruise speed: 158 mph (254 km/h, 137 kn) at 75% power, TAS
Stall speed: 48 mph (77 km/h, 42 kn) flaps down
Range: 829 mi (1,334 km, 721 nmi) with VFR reserves, at 65% power
Service ceiling: 20,000 ft (6,100 m) estimated
g limits: +3.8/-1.5 g
Rate of climb: 1,000 ft/min (5.1 m/s) at maximum gross weight
Wing loading: 17.5 lb/sq ft (85 kg/m2)