1946 Stinson 108 1 Voyager This aircraft has seen better days and is looking for someone to provide.
|Model Year:||1946||Make:||Stinson 108-1 Voyager|
This aircraft has seen better days and is looking for someone to provide some TLC. This aircraft was donated to Wings of Hope in September 2015. Its last flight was its ferry flight to KSUS in November 2015. The following significant issues are obvious, but Wings of Hope has not conducted any inspection of this aircraft: * Approximately 2 ft square area on upper left wing has paint chipped away leaving bare fabric (around the left fuel tank filler) * Rudder has missing rivets currently held together with flecks * Aircraft needs constant right rudder in flight * Interior is in ok shape. * Generator and cabin heat are inoperative * Oil pressure low in flight (25-30 psi) * Left fuel gauge not working * Right fuel tank cap and vent is loose * Plane has been sitting out in the elements * The last time the engine was started was April 2017. Will not start now. * Battery has been removed. * Tail #: N97998; Serial # 108-998; Engine: Franklin 150 HP, 6A4-150-B3; Prop: McCauley: 1A170-DM-7651 * Total Time: 2,849 Hrs; Engine Time: 2,849; SMOH: 1,037 (May 1986); STOH: 71 (March 2004); Prop Time: 325 (new in Jan 1996) * Last Annual: January 2013 * All Logs Available and some maintenance records included with sale * Here is a link to logbook entries: https:/ drive.google.com/open?id=1cn5jDccHOJZarrrVyKn3cIvP97wq3qis * Avionics: Nav/Com: King KX97A ( was removed in photo, now reinstalled ) ; Transponder: King KT76A * Gross Weight: 2,230; Empty Weight: 1,276; Useful load: 954 * Fuel: 40 gallons Auto-Fuel STC * Front seat shoulder harnesses installed Damage/Repair/Rebuild History - May 1949: Damaged on Take-Off (completed 10/17/1950) - May 1965: Fabric replaced with Grade A Cotton - No flight history between Oct 72 & May 86 - May 1986: Total rebuild. Covered with Ceconite. - Nov 1990: Vertical tail & rudder repair. Another plane ran into it. Also included with sale: - Stinson 108-1 Operator’s Manual - Stinson 108 Maintenance Manual - Previous pilot’s logbooks showing he flew it between Feb 1993 and March 2012 This plane is being sold "As Is, Where Is" with NO warranty expressed or implied . All information subject to verification by the buyer. Remember when you make an auction bid, YOU ARE ACCEPTING and AGREEING to a contract to buy . The FAA Airworthiness Certificate and an FAA Bill of Sale will be provided to the successful bidder. Any Pre-Buy Inspection must be done before the auction ends . Names of local maintenance providers that might provide this service is available from Wings of Hope. Please send an e-mail through Messages if you want to schedule a viewing of the aircraft or to request the list of maintenance providers. A $1,000.00 (pay pal or credit card) non-refundable deposit required 48 hrs after auction closing with the balance (via Bank Wire or Cashier"s Check) required within 10 days after Auction End . Aircraft must be removed within 30 days of the auction or tie down will be charged at the rate of $100/mo. Buyer shall maintain property insurance on their aircraft after Bill of Sale is provided. Wings of Hope is not responsible for any damage that occurs while aircraft is in storage on our ramp. Wings of Hope is the largest humanitarian aviation charity in the world and the only one staffed primarily by volunteers. Purchasing this plane will support Wings of Hopes mission of changing and saving lives through the power of aviation. In the U.S., Wings of Hope provides medical air transport services – free of charge – to individuals who need specialized medical care. The organization provides similar support to poor communities in Africa, Asia and Central and South America.
Located in Chesterfield, Missouri, United States. Current date: 2018-11-16