A Mark 12D nav com is paired with a Garmin 196 panel mounted via a Gismo mount, an AT-50 transponder with encoder and an intercom system.
Equipment and Features:
Auto fuel STC, pilot and copilot shoulder harness, reinforced landing gear kit, alternator conversion, wing tip strobes, pilot and copilot toe brakes, Airwolf oil filter kit, wheel fairings, Scott tail wheel, vertical card compass, landing and taxi lights on both wings, VG's, Lamar light weight starter.
Total Time: 4,635 Hours
Engines / Mods / Prop
Lycoming, 108 hp O-235-C1B
145 SMOH by G&N
Interior / Exterior
The fuselage and control surfaces were recovered with the Stitts process in 1993. The wings were recovered in September 2011, using the Stewart system and Martin Clips. Madras Air wing tips were installed at that time. The aircraft is finished in overall Juneau White with Tennessee Red trim and Navy accent. The exterior shows beautifully.
The interior has been updated, with gray tweed seat inserts and white seat trim and sidewalls. The floor is attractively varnished. The headliner, glass and details are all recently done and show very well.
Next Annual Due:
4,635 hours total time, 145 hours SMOH by G&N, including mags, carburetor, alternator and propeller. The annual is current until January, 2015. The logs are complete, organized and immaculate, with all 337's and STC's present. The aircraft was converted to tailwheel configuration with the Univair STC in June of 1993 and it has been hangared continuously since then.
Probably the nicest Colt conversion that we've seen. Call me now to discuss this plane.
Specifications are based upon owner's representations, and subject to buyer's verification. Aircraft are subject to prior sale or removal from market.
This airplane ran out of Annual last Fall, but the owner will give the buyer a $1,000 INSTANT REBATE to help take care of that.