You are bidding on a 1961 Comanche PA 24 180 that was involved in a landing gear accident recently..
You are bidding on a 1961 Comanche PA- 24-180 that was involved in a landing gear accident recently. There is no damage to our knowledge, to the landing gear system it’s self, it just needs to be greased. The gear came down normally, but was stiff, which caused the breaker to pop.
There are two belly skins which need to be scab patched, and of course the prop will need to be replaced. We have a ferry prop on the airplane at this time and you’re welcome to use the prop to move the plane but we will need a deposit for the prop until we get it back. I have dialed the crank to make sure that it is ok and the runout came back .0025. Well with the factory allowable limits. The engine runs great and with the prop strike inspection it will be ready to go. We have included some log book entries. Please look them over. The engine log started back in the early 90s but we have all of the logs for the airframe. The plane is still in annual until the end of this month. The paint is ok. The interior is not ripped or torn, just an older style interior. The engine still exhibits good compression.
Airframe has 4170 tt and the engine has 450 since major according to the log books. Radios are as follows. King kx155 with glideslope( I couldn’t get the leds to light up. Narco com 120 King kt76 transponder with encoder Ps engineering switching panel Piper auto control wing leveler The vacuum pump shear coupling has sheared (8.00$) and will need to be replaced if you need vacuum to get home. (Artificial horizon).
Glass is in good shape. have the certificate of airworthiness Please ask all of the questions before the close of the auction. My phone number is 423-273-3557. Ask for brent. This aircraft is sold as is in Metter Georgia. We can help with moving the plane for a fee but let’s talk before the close of the auction. Buyer to pay ten percent non-refundable deposit within 48 hours of the close of the auction. Payable by wire transfer, cashiers check or dollars. Balance to be paid within 10 days of close of auction.
Located in Morristown, Tennessee, United States. Current date: 2018-11-16