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    General Specs

    • For Sale
    • 1973
    • N5467L
    • AA5-0367
    • Milton


    39900 $39,900 USD

    Steve Weaver Aircraft Sales
    • (843) 475-6868
    • Fax: (803) 753-9761
    • Steve Weaver

      400 N River Road

      Philippi, WV 26416 USA

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    39900 $39,900 USD

    General Specs (cont.)


    100 SMOH



    Additional Classifications

    Detailed Description

    1973 Grumman American AA-5, 2000TT, 100 SMOH and 160HP Conversion, S-Tec 20 Autopilot, Dual King KX-125 Nav/Coms, KT-78 Xpdr w/Encoder, Hngrd.

    Avionics / Equipment

    STec 20 autopilot
    Dual King KX-125 nav/coms
    KR-86 ADF
    KT-78 transponder with encoder
    Garmin SL-50 GPS and a PS Engineering audio panel with markers and intercom.
    Equipment & Features:
    Wheel fairings
    Digital tach
    3-point strobe
    Plexiglas rudder cap enclosing the tail strobe
    Hobbs meter
    CHT/EGT gage
    Avionics master switch and a quartz timer/clock


    Total Time: 2000 hrs.

    Engines / Mods / Prop

    Engine: Lycoming
    160 HP Conversion - O-320-E2G
    100 hrs. SMOH and 160 HP Conversion

    Interior / Exterior

    Painted several years ago, but hangared since and the paint shows well. Finished in overall Matterhorn White, with Sahara Red Trim and Inca Gold accent.
    The interior is done in a light gray fabric and vinyl, several years old, but showing well. The glass is good.


    1973 Grumman American AA-5 
    Location: Charleston, West Virginia (ONA)
    The aircraft is hangared and has complete logs, with no known damage history, except for a prop strike early in it's life. The engine was overhauled at that time, and a new prop was installed. The airframe suffered a slight dent to the left wing, close to the fusalage, and the airframe was declared airworthy, as the damage was not enough to ground the airplane. The aircraft continued to fly, but when the present owner bought it, almost 20 years ago, he had the skins replaced and the airplane was made like new.
    This is a low-time aircraft that represents a turn-key choice for serious flying. Call me now.
    Copyright © 1997 - 2017 Steve Weaver Aircraft Sales. Specifications are based upon owner's representations, and subject to buyer's verification. Aircraft are subject to prior sale or removal from market.