2006 LANCAIR 360


  • For Sale
  • 2006
  • LANCAIR 360
  • N226EE
  • 508-320-246 FB
  • Santa Rosa, CA USA

75000 $75,000 USD
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David Powell

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  • For Sale
  • 2006
  • LANCAIR 360
  • N226EE
  • 508-320-246 FB
  • Santa Rosa, CA USA

David Powell

David

General Specs (cont.)

Used

BTH

2

Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

Lancair 360 is a great traveling airplane for you and a date. Cruise about 180kts on 9 GPH. You can cruise up to 200kts, but it will cost you 12GPH. Easy flight with autopilot tied to Garmin 430W. Needs a fresh annual before you take off. Currently hangered at KSTS. Build year is 1995 (not 2006 as shown above).

Edit:
To answer the majority of questions I'm receiving, as I don't have time to respond to everyone:

1) Total time is just under 1200 total hours (engine and airframe). I have it as 1181.3, but figure I started it a few times since then.

2) The plane is as noted, out of annual. I have not started it since before the beginning of the pandemic. I have priced the plane low because I don't doubt it will need some mechanical attention before the next flight.

3) Plane is being sold in-place as-is. I'm not interested in deposits or holding it for anyone. First one across the finish line with a full purchase payment gets the plane.

4) As my home is in Washington and the plane is in California, I cannot easily go to the plane and take extra pictures for you. Google the tail number N226EE and you will find many more pictures from a variety of sources.

5) No, no ADS-B. It has a Mode-C transponder as part of all the bells and whistles it does have. You should see lots of buttons and knobs to play with in the cockpit photo on the listing.

6) Yes - the plane is still available. I will take this ad down as soon as someone buys it.

7) Update - I went to the plane two weeks ago with a prospective buyer. The tires were not flat, but low, outside of the plane was dusty, and as expected the battery was dead.

Avionics / Equipment

Garmin 430W
Garmin 396
Treo Autopilot
XRX Traffic awareness
Engine monitoring system
Mode C transponder

Remarks

My medical is long gone; time to give up my airplane. It deserves to be flown, not sitting in a hanger.