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  • VANS RV-7/7A


    General Specs

    • For Sale
    • Not Listed
    • VANS RV-7/7A
    • N944BD
    • Not Listed
    • collegedale, TN USA

     

    112000 $112,000 USD

    Don Godsey

    • (423) 280-0669

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    112000 $112,000 USD



    General Specs (cont.)

    375

    Used

    IFR

    Additional Classifications


    Detailed Description

    2008 Vans RV-7A. Why spend close to $200,000 building a Van, when you can get this one -  it is completely loaded with options. 
    
    Professionally built by a top mechanic who insisted that everything is easily accessible for maintenance, as well as adding advanced parts to ensure durability and safety.  
    
    The cowling is attached with quarter turn fasteners (rather than piano hinges that Vans supplies).
    
    There are steps on both sides, electric flaps with one touch position, and the wing tips are attached with nut plates instead of pop rivets.  
    
    It is all electric with no vacuum, and there are two separate electrical systems with separate batteries and a cross-feed.  
    
    The controls are finger touch light.

    Avionics / Equipment

    Grand Rapids 3 display, dual AHARS
    Primary flight displays
    Engine monitor display
    Tru-Trak Autopilot
    Garmin 340 audio panel
    Garmin 430 GPS with AWAAS
    Garmin SL30 nav-comm
    Garmin GTX327 Transponder
    Garmin 496 panel (xm weather optional)
    Built-in GPS antenna
    Lots of extras

    Airframe

    375 TT
    Cruise at 160 knots
    9.5 GPH leaned to 50 rich of peak
    5 hour endurance
    No accidents, not incidents, always kept in an air conditioned hangar.  No scratches, dents, dings, etc.   This plane is very well cared for.  
    Dual brake system
    42 gallon capacity in main tanks + 9 gallon extended aux tanks by Safe Air.
    Electric aileron and elevator trim
    Dual beacons
    Three position strob lights
    LED nav lights
    Decal paint scheme by Air Graphics (installed professionally)
    Dual landing lights
    Hooker harnesses (aerobatic)
    Custom leather interior by CLassic Aero Design
    Angle of attack system by Advance Flight System
    Cruise at 160 knots
    9.5 GPH leaned to 50 rich of peak
    5 hour endurance

    Engines / Mods / Prop

    Engine - Superior 360 Extreme
    Precision Fuel Injection 
    60 amp alternator (belt driven)
    20 amp alternator (engine driven)
    Dual 12 volt DC batteries
    Reusable Challenger oil filter
    MT prop governor - P/N P-520-036/A
    Slick Magnetos
    Sky-Tec starter
    Propeller - Hartzell, constant speed
    Contoured blade HC-C2YR-18FP/F7497

    Interior / Exterior

    Custom leather interior by Classic Aero Design
    Decal paint scheme by Air Graphics (installed professionally)
    In great shape; you would need to get very close to see that it isn't new.

    Remarks

    Why spend close to $200,000 building a Van, when you can get this one for $115,000; it is completely loaded with options and looks almost new.  Professionally built by a top mechanic who insisted that everything is easily accessible for maintenance, as well as adding advanced parts to ensure durability and safety.  The cowling is attached with quarter turn fasteners (rather than piano hinges that Vans supplies), There are steps on both sides, electric flaps with one touch position, and the wing tips are attached with nut plates instead of pop rivets.  It is all electric with no vacuum, and there are two separate electrical systems with separate batteries and a cross-feed.  The controls are finger touch light.