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  • 2008 SONEX SONEX


    General Specs

    • For Sale
    • 2008
    • SONEX SONEX
    • N362DR
    • 295
    • Independence, OR USA

     

    33000 $33,000 USD

    Vincent Homer

    • (626) 497-8735
    • Vincent Homer


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    33000 $33,000 USD



    General Specs (cont.)

    225

    Used

    Additional Classifications


    Detailed Description

    This Sonex was built by Merle Reppert, a master craftsman & builder of several airplanes & helicopters. N362DR first flew in 2010. I purchased the aircraft from Merle in 2012 with 80 hours on the Hobbs. Since then I have flown it an additional 135 hours. Always hangared & purposely never flown in the rain, N362DR has been well cared for. A Dynon Autopilot & 5 gallon auxiliary tank with a transfer pump were added last year.

    Avionics / Equipment

    (See Documents Tab for Detailed Photo Descriptions)

    Airframe

    Total Time: 225 Hours
    
    No airframe damage and minimal hangar rash, this aircraft has been well cared for and has never even spent a night outside.

    Engines / Mods / Prop

    Engine:
    Engine #33A411
    225 Hours Since New
    
    Prop:
    Prince P-Tip Propeller

    Remarks

    This airplane was built by Merle Reppert a master craftsman and builder of several airplanes and helicopters. N362DR first flew in and I purchased the aircraft from Merle in 2012 with 80 hours on the Hobbs.  Since then I have flown it an additional 135 hours.  Always hangered and purposely never flown in the rain, N362DR has been well cared for.  While in my care I added a Dynon Autopilot and a 5 gallon auxiliary tank with a transfer pump.  The nose wheel offset is the giveaway that there’s a 3300 Jabiru in the cowling. That’s my Onex in the background.  
    
    Whenever I land somewhere I get compliments on the aircraft and those that have flown in it are impressed with the performance.  I recently obtained a Onex, also Jabiru 3300 powered and built by Merle, leaving me with one too many airplanes in the hanger.  I have enjoyed flying N382DR, but it is time to pass it on to the next appreciative pilot.