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This is a nice CJ-6 and has been family for years. Its pre-moratorium status offers greater experimental operation flexibiltiy and value. $125,000 USD, not seeking trades. Come take a look at this airplane, it won't be a waste of time, at 13-15 GPH, aerobatic, powerful and reasonably fast. This one is based at FFZ (Falcon Field) in Mesa, Arizona. With over 200 of them flying in the US and 3000 worldwide, parts and support are excellent. the bang over buck ratio is fantastic.This aircraft will receive a lot of attention wherever you go.
Included in sale: Aircraft, Strong seat-pack parachutes (2), CJ specific tools (Wilga toolkit) and Jacks with jacking fixtures. Some spares supplies and parts. Digital copy of manuals as well as manuals in hard copy form.
What does it need: Nothing, it is flying now. January 2019 annual by renowned CJ-6 mechanic -Bill Blackwell. ADS-B Has NOT been done yet.
Avionics / Equipment
Garmin 430 and VOR/Localizer Head, mount for UPSAT SL-40, (SL-40 Com NOT included). PS Engineering Intercom.GTX327 TXPDR, Sandia Labs encoder.
Airframe: Mfg 1964 - 4408 TTAF (3737 hrs in China, remainder in US)
Beefed up horizontal stabilizer spar, tail weight, anti-drumming stitches in rudder fabric covering (for additional power and W&B changes). Airshow smoke. Stainless steel main air needle valve. New air gauges.
Cessna O2 Nose wheel mod (have original if you want to revert)
Tinted canopy, Malcolm hood (some earlier pictures don't show it), triple F-4 Phantom canopy mirrors so you 'check your six', or your passenger.
Engines / Mods / Prop
M-14 360 HP Engine Conversion- engine mfg 1982: Yak 18T Prop, Spinner, Cooling louvers and titanium exhaust, ND plugs, ignition wire mod. Reinforced oil tank with Ignition interlocked Whittaker valve main oil shutoff with cockpit status lights. Chip light. Spin on oil filter conversion, all Chinese oil hoses replaced. Stainless steel high capacity desiccator,Prop refinished at Katto propeller.
Interior / Exterior
Cockpits redone in 2000. Repainted and new floor Tuffkote materials.
Front cockpit. Best tall person cockpit in the US fleet. I am 6'5" and built solid, the fit is snug and nice. Long reach rudder pedal mod, ¾" lowered seat bucket. Malcolm hood. I have retained all original parts if you want to reverse these mods.
Both cockpits: Kept steam gauges (low maintenance), added Garmin 430 and VOR/Localizer Head, mount for UPSAT SL-40, (SL-40 Com NOT included). PS Engineering Intercom. Both cockpits refurbished and urethane painted and powder coated where practical, new markings throughout. Custom aircraft rated Naugahyde cockpit side padding liners installed. L-39 stick grips/brake levers added for greater comfort and feel - re-sculpted for comfortable grip, robust brake handle and electric trim possibility (Original sticks will be included with plane parts). All controls (throttles, gear, etc.) repainted marked and reconditioned. New Instantaneous rate of climb, altimeter and custom marked airspeeds, refurbished rare WWII Tissot sweep-second-hand clocks in both cockpits. Autoflug 5 point harnesses installed.
Has standard cargo bay mod (accessible from rear cockpit).
Whelen strobes. Beacon.
Condition Exterior: Always hangared, paint done in '95 and is not faded, but has chips and dings from use and pressure washing. Looks great and shiny (not faded due to being hangared always) but is NOT perfect, I would call it pessimistically a 7 out of 10 because the landing gear were never painted.The nose art is a fuel/oil resistant applique' and can be removed.
Condition of Cockpits: Redone in 2005 with a restrained warbird interior, shows a bit of wear and tear but holds up well, there are no rattle can crinkle finishes in the upgrades however, Urethane paint throughout (or powder coat), I would give it an 8 out of 10 only due to some wear dings and a few of the steam gauges were left in original condition and a few parts that weren't replaced.