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  • 1976 GREAT LAKES 2T-1A-2

    General Specs

    • For Sale
    • 1976
    • GREAT LAKES 2T-1A-2
    • N434RB
    • 0740
    • Peoria, AZ USA


    88000 $88,000 USD

    Roy Bryan

    • (602) 725-0755
    • Roy Bryan

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    88000 $88,000 USD

    General Specs (cont.)


    725 SNEW




    Additional Classifications

    Detailed Description

    1976 Great Lakes 2T-1A-2, Only 725 TTSN, All New Ceconite 2007, Red-White-Blue, Invert System. New ADS-B, Always Hangared In Arizona, All Logs.

    Avionics / Equipment

    I recently had a new Stratus ADS-B out transponder installed. 
    It has a Garmin 396 GPS and an Icom radio. 
    It has a tow hook that was never used.
    The ELT was also replaced with the new type.


    1976 Factory Built 2T-1A-2 
    738 Hours Total Time

    Engines / Mods / Prop

    738 Hours Since New
    The engine has caused me no problems and the compression remains excellent.
    It is a 180 HP Lycoming with inverted fuel and oil system. 
    An additional oil cooler was added for the Arizona sun.

    Interior / Exterior

    When I bought it, it was factory covered with cotton. Not a good choice for covering, so I got a hold of Harvy Swack who was the guru for Great Lakes. He put me in touch with David Goldsmith at Golden Avi. In Cassville MO. David came down with his special trailer and hauled it back there. They took it down to bare frame, striped it down and epoxied the frame. All new wood stringers, rebuilt the lower wings, all new wiring, and recovered the whole plane with Ceconite 102. This was in Sept. of 2007. 
    It comes with two helmet head sets and two old parachutes and all of the manuals and instructions for inverted flight maneuvers. 
    You won’t find a nicer plane with a neater paint and finish than this one. 
    Red white and blue.


    I bought it in 2006 from the original owner and now Im’ 84 years old and it’s time to just fly my old Cessna 150 until retirement. 
    It’s been in Arizona since new and always kept hangared
    I have all of the logs from day one.
    It is in my private hangar here at Glendale Muni. Airport. 
    I can have it in annual at sale time. 
    Call me at (602) 725-0755
    If you want to call David at Golden Aviation (417) 830-3411