Description of the engines:
1135 SMOH by G & N in 1999, logs indicate aircraft was flown steadily over the years, and then approx. 600 hours in the last 2.5 years!
Compressions per log books at last annual: 78-77-77-78/80
4 cylinders replaced within last 2 years
Garmin GTR-225 Comm
MK-12D NavCom - recently serviced
ADS B out
Sales procedure and sale terms for this airplane listed below. . Offered subject to: Prior sale, commitment, change in hours, your satisfactory pre-purchase, proof of buyer's insurance at closing, and mutually signed sales agreement bertween Buyer & Seller, thank you.
Welcome and Thank you for reviewing our ad!.
To save time, here are some of the Sale Terms and Procedures involved in buying this airplane, and the steps:
1. Please have your financing ready - we can't hold an airplane or take a deposit "subject to financing"
2. Please have your inspector lined up, we require buyers to inspect the airplane by a FAA licensed mechanic before purchase.
3. Come see the airplane and read the log books, your inspector is welcome to use our hangar or we will move it to a qualified shop in the Phoenix area after a sales contract has been agreed to by Buyer and Seller, and refundable deposit placed with an agreed escrow service.
4. We can send copies of specific events out of the log books, and we can scan the log books as time permits.
5. The Sales agreement includes a Hold Harmless agreement - it is an AS-IS, where-is sale with all faults, subject to your pre-buy inspection.
6. The agreement covers common-sense items, like you agree that an older airplane likely will need more repairs and be less reliable than a brand-new airplane (Common sense, but it's in the agreement anyway) It states We are only the Broker and represent only the Seller and do not make any warranties as to anything. The Seller warrants clear title and nothing else.
7.. If you are happy with the agreement, and place your refundable $5,000 deposit with the escrow (it's refundable based upon your acceptance of your inspection), then we test fly it with you, and go to the pre-buy inspection step.
8. Price Discussions: The Seller has put thought into the price so that the airplane is attractive and competitive to similar offerings, and presents a compelling offering to Buyers.
9. You can email an offer at any time, but generally, the posted price, for the above reasons, short of an extraordinary circumstance, is the price. We love buyer s to compare, compare, compare.
10. On the pre-buy, your inspector must return the airplane to us the way we gave it to the inspector. The seller is not obligated to fix "whatever your mechanic finds". You can walk away at any time. If there's a genuine issue that the seller agrees with, it can certainly be discussed.
11. After the inspection, if the inspection is satisfactory to you, you proceed to close and pay for the airplane.
12. Like buying a new car, proof of acceptable insurance is required prior to closing.
13. The escrow process is like buying a house- the escrow will check the title status at the FAA, collect the money, file the title transfer documents at the FAA, and pay the Seller
Go flying and have adventures!
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We look forward to meeting with you,
Flown regularly! Owner purchased to build hours to go to the airines and it flew approx 600 hous in the last approx 3 years! 4 seats, Garmin Comm, ADS B, paint appears very faded and dull, see Notes in Photo Section for Sales terms and procedures. Offered subject to: prior sale, commitment, change in hours, and mutually signed sales agreement between Buyer & Seller, thank you.
Last annual May, 2022