1960 Cessna Relisted due to a non paying bidder who was unresponsive to emails and ignored the.
1960 Cessna 310D with 4997.8 TTAF. Last annual May of 2014. Fresh serviced props installed March 17th 2018. I was going to do an annual and start flying this 310, but plans have changed.
Extensive annual in 2014 that returned the aircraft to flight after several years of being out of annual, where the landing gear was completely disassembled, stripped, inspected, primed, painted, and reassembled with new bushings and hardware. This included the painting of landing gear wells and rigging. Fuel hoses, scat tubing, etc. replaced at the same time.
Engines rebuilt by Continental to zero time in 1978. Both engines now at 2253 SMOH. Low compression cylinder overhauled at last annual and re-installed. Fuel control units, throttle body, fuel pump, and other components also overhauled at the same time.
Hartzell HC-A2VF-2 propellers were redone in November 2015 but not installed until two weekends ago (other props were used previously). They"ve been ground run and cycled.
Panel is IFR capable with a wing leveler autopilot.
I flew this 310 on a ferry flight from Texas to its current base in Arizona with no issues and was a bit surprised how much quicker it was than the 310A model I"ve known.
Full logs on engines and props. Airframe log starts 1983 with 3394 TTAF. I might have the previous airframe log, but haven"t seen it yet.
If you"re going to fly it out on a ferry permit, I have stands available to do the gear swing check. Not an A&P myself, but can connect you to one for the permit sign off.
Aircraft is located at KRYN and available for inspection prior to bid.
Parking is paid through the end of the month and is $50 per month thereafter. Depending on location and timing, it might be possible for me to have the aircraft delivered for cost of fuel and return airfare.
Current date: 2018-04-12